BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Kenya Hunter is pumped.
He's still an Indiana Hoosier assistant basketball coach, still committed to help bring a return to program glory and sees big things coming under new coach Mike Woodson.
"Some of the things he wants to implement from the NBA style excites me," Hunter says via Thursday's Zoom opportunity. "He's going to put a lot of effort and time into making this a program everyone can be excited about."
Uncertainty from last month's coaching change -- Archie Miller was let go, and replaced by Woodson, a former IU All-American, and NBA player and coach – has become a chance to continue what Hunter started last August, when he came to Bloomington from Connecticut.