No SLU guys figure to get drafted, but pro careers are quite likely

ST. LOUIS -- When the NBA Draft is held Thursday night, don't expect to hear the names called of any players from Saint Louis University. But that's not a surprise, nor does it mean the end of their hoop dreams. By this time next week, in fact, Dwayne Evans, Jordair Jett and Rob Loe all could have jobs in the NBA. Temporary jobs, anyway. After the two-round draft, NBA teams...
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June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

That’s the reason I’m a Bullets fan

Enjoy this blast from the past video promoting the Washington Bullets of 1994-95. It’s got Chris Webber, Calbert Cheaney, Juwan Howard, Georghe Muresan, Scott Skiles — the whole enchilada.
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May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

IU hires director of basketball operations

Former Northern Illinois head coach Rob Judson will fill the void left by Calbert Cheaney.
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Soft schedule, poor shooting leave Billikens feeling somewhere south of their 11-2 record

ST. LOUIS -- Look at the Saint Louis University Billikens' 11-2 record and you think indeed they have picked up where they left off after last season's memorable run to the Atlantic 10 championship. Then you listen to the players after some of their games and you think the Billikens would have a losing record. "We're so up and down," leading scorer Dwayne Evans...
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December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Calbert Cheaney adds unique dimension to SLU coaching staff

Coaching provides Calbert Chaeney the ability to give back to a game that's offered him so much.
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December 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Hoosier Intel: Injuries and more

The injuries are piling up for the IU basketball team. Plus, who will replace Calbert Cheaney?
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Hoosier Intel: IU News and Nuggets

Will IU travel to Bowling Green as part of the contract to face the Falcons in football? Where does Indiana sit with regards to replacing Calbert Cheaney on its staff? Read on for those answers and more in today's Hoosier Intel.
September 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Saint Louis Billikens: 2013-14 basketball schedule released

On Thursday, the Saint Louis Billikens released its schedule for the upcoming 2013-14 season. If you have been reading Billikens articles on, you should probably have an idea of some of the games that will be on the schedule. But now, you can mark your calendars. The Billikens will tip off its season at Chaifetz Arena against Southeast Missouri State. This is...
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September 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Saint Louis Billikens: Calbert Cheaney named assistant coach

On Wednesday, the Saint Louis Billikens basketball program announced the hiring of Calbert Cheaney as the new assistant coach on head coach Jim Crews’ staff. Cheaney was a three-time All-American at Indiana during his collegiate career, which included a Naismith College Player of the Year in 1993. Cheaney, who also spent 13 years in the NBA, will come to Saint Louis after being...
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August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Indiana's Cheaney goes to Saint Louis

Indiana is losing former basketball star Calbert Cheaney to Saint Louis, where he will be a full-time assistant coach for another ex-Hoosier, Jim Crews. Cheaney has served as the Hoosiers' director of basketball operations since June 2011. Coach Tom Crean issued a statement late Tuesday night, crediting Cheaney with helping Indiana to reclaim a prominent spot on the national...
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August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Indiana's Cheaney leaving for job at Saint Louis

Indiana is losing former basketball star Calbert Cheaney to Saint Louis, where he will be a full-time assistant coach for another ex-Hoosier, Jim Crews. Cheaney has served as the Hoosiers' director of basketball operations since June 2011. Coach Tom Crean issued a statement late Tuesday night, crediting Cheaney with helping Indiana to reclaim a prominent spot on the national...
Via Fox Sports
August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Calbert Cheaney leaving Indiana

Calbert Cheaney, Indiana's director of basketball operations, will leave the school to accept a job with St. Louis. Read Tom Crean's reaction below.
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Calbert Cheaney Accepts Assistant Coaching Position With St. Louis

Calbert Cheaney accepted an assistant coaching position with the University of St. Louis. Cheaney previously spent two years at Indiana, serving as director of basketball operations under Tom Crean. Cheaney was drafted out of Indiana in 1993 and played 13 seasons in the NBA, amassing career averages of 9.5 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists.
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August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Cheaney leaving Indiana for assistant job at St. Louis

Calbert Cheaney, the all-time leading scorer in the Big Ten and one of the best to ever wear an Indiana uniform, is leaving his position as director of basketball operations in Bloomington for an assistant coaching job at the University of St. Louis. Inside the Hall confirmed a report Tuesday evening by the Indiana Rivals […]The post Cheaney leaving Indiana for assistant job at...
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August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Calbert Cheaney To Be Named Assistant At SLU

Saint Louis has hired former Indiana star Calbert Cheaney as assistant coach, has confirmed.
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Indiana-Michigan Breakdown: By The Numbers

When one takes a moment to reflect, you realize that 20 years is quite a long time, especially in the sporting world. Yes, an outright Big Ten championship has been a long time coming for these Indiana Hoosiers. It’s been exactly two decades since the last time the Indiana Hoosiers were sole champions of the Big Ten, when they were led by then-seniors Calbert Cheaney and Greg Graham...
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March 12, 2013  |  Discuss

HD Video: Indiana coaching staff talks 2013 signees

Tom Crean, Tim Buckley, Steve McClain, Kenny Johnson and Calbert Cheaney met with the media on Thursday afternoon to discuss Indiana’s six signees for the 2013 recruiting class. Watch and listen to the lengthy press conference in the embedded media player below:
Via Inside the Hall
December 13, 2012  |  Discuss

White happy with direction of IU program

D.J. White played at IU during a trying time for the program. He played for three different coaches during his career, and was in Bloomington for the beginning — and the end — of the Kelvin Sampson era. Still, though, White will always have a place in his heart for IU. He said the program has been good to him, and he knows it’s on its way back. “I’m happy,” said White...
Via Inside the Hall
August 25, 2012  |  Discuss

IU recognizes basketball staff with new job titles

Indiana announced changes in job titles to four members of the men’s basketball staff on Monday. Here’s the complete release from IU media relations: Bloomington, Indiana—Indiana University men’s basketball coach has named Tim Buckley and Steve McClain to the position of associate head coach, added the title of recruiting coordinator to assistant coach Kenny Johnson and named...
Via Inside the Hall
July 11, 2012  |  Discuss

‘Like Calbert Cheaney’? Why Wiz Shouldn’t Draft Harrison Barnes

Here to discourage the Wiz from UNC’s Harrison Barnes is Andrew Sharp. I’ve been a Carolina fan and a Wizards fan for roughly my entire life, and the best way I can explain Harrison Barnes is this: I feel exactly the same way about him as I do about JaVale McGee and Nick Young. Now that he’s not playing for my favorite team, I hope he gets rich and dominates for the rest of...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
June 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Spring Classic: Hyron Edwards highlights, Q & A

2015 East Chicago Central point guard Hyron Edwards has early offers from Indiana and Purdue and is establishing himself this spring as one of the top Indiana players in his class. Edwards was watched by both Tom Crean and Calbert Cheaney as well as Michigan assistant Lavall Jordan and Purdue coach Matt Painter over the weekend at the adidas Spring Classic in Fishers. We’ve compiled...
Via Inside the Hall
May 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Fischer helps lead Swing to adidas Spring Classic title

Inside the Hall continued our spring AAU coverage over the weekend at the adidas Spring Classic at the Fishers Fieldhouse and Fishers High School. The weekend was highlighted by 2013 commits Devin Davis and Luke Fischer, who were both tracked by interim assistant coach Calbert Cheaney and Tom Crean. Here’s a detailed look at the five prospects we tracked over the weekend: Class...
Via Inside the Hall
April 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Monte Morris calls Indiana a “big part” of his recruitment

FISHERS, Ind. — Indiana has shown considerable interest in class of 2013 Michigan guard Monte Morris recently, and the feelings seem to be mutual. Morris, who attends Beecher High School in Flint, said Indiana is very much a part of his recruitment. The Hoosiers visited his high school in early April to watch one of his workouts, but they have yet to offer him a scholarship. Indiana...
Via Inside the Hall
April 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: IU to interview Towson’s Kenny Johnson

With an assistant coaching job still open following Bennie Seltzer’s departure for Samford on Apr. 4, Indiana coach Tom Crean is looking at potentially filling the vacancy with Towson’s Kenny Johnson, according to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports. Here’s the scoop, via Goodman’s Twitter: Told Indiana coach Tom Crean plans to interview Towson assistant Kenny Johnson this week. Johnson...
Via Inside the Hall
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Recruiting roundup: Spring evaluation period underway

Friday marked the first opportunity of the spring for college coaches to watch AAU events and Indiana had a presence across the country with staff in Merrillville, Minneapolis and Las Vegas. Here’s a look at some of the highlights from day one of the April evaluation period: · The Spiece Indy Heat 17-and-under group with Trevon Bluiett and Jaquan Lyle dropped their opener 66...
Via Inside the Hall
April 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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