He returned to Southern California and coached the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA’s Development League in order to spend time with his wife and two daughters and watch his son finish his high school basketball career.
Nothing makes a father more proud than watching his children thrive.
‘‘He earned the scholarship — the coach gave him the scholarship,’’ Theus said.
‘‘Everything I had done in my life prepared me for mentoring young men.
Younger daughter Rhyan’s high school volleyball team recently won a state title. is trying to play his way onto the floor during his sophomore season at South Carolina.
The decision to honor his commitment to the Gamecocks or play for Northridge after his father was named coach before the 2013-14 season was a difficult one for father and son.