March 27, 2013 by Seth Rubinroit
By Seth Rubinroit
In my last article, I described the legend of the USC basketball assistant coaches. Among their triumphs include a 50-point Lyon Center intramural basketball win, as well as a victory against three current Trojans in a three-on-three competition.
Galen Central then asked the assistants how they would fare in a three-on-three competition among Pac-12 assistant coaches.
“The thing is a lot of these coaches do not play anymore,” Tony Miller said. “We still play. We are out here hooping.”
The toughest competition for the USC assistants would likely be from Stanford. Mark Madsen, who won two NBA Championships with the Los Angeles Lakers in nine NBA seasons, is now an assistant coach for the Cardinal (we all remember his dance celebration).
Galen Central asked Madsen how the Stanford assistants would fare against the USC coaches.
Galen Central then gave Tony Miller an opportunity for rebuttal.
Ultimately, the assistants reached a conclusion all the coaches could agree upon.