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How Chris Burgess’ basketball experiences guide him today as an assistant coach at BYU: The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau

BYU assistant coach Chris Burgess joined Monday’s episode of The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau to wax poetic about playing pickup at UCLA with Magic Johnson and Baron Davis, the ins and outs of transferring colleges in the late 90s, evaluating talent in the modern day (“It’s hard to go unseen and unheard of in this day in age,” he said.) and the BYU-Utah rivalry. Burgess was a 1997 Parade All-American from Irvine, Calif. — Woodbridge, Mater Dei High School — who played for Duke and Utah from 1997-2002 and more than 10 years professionally. He’s now on Mark Pope’s staff at BYU.
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The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau: Washington State assistant coach Jim Shaw tells stories from more than 30 years on the sidelines

Jim Shaw’s more than 30-year career as a college basketball coach, primarily at the Division I level, has now taken him to the Palouse. Now an assistant coach at Washington State under Kyle Smith, Shaw joined Friday’s episode of The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau to talk about coaching Gary Payton at Oregon State under Ralph Miller, the “conveyer belt” of NBA talent at Washington under Lorenzo Romar and the many tales from his years on the college basketball sidelines up and down the Pacific Northwest.
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Dan Dickau sees WSU ‘surprising quite a few people’ this season

DAN DICKAU -- Gonzaga great, first-round NBA pick, and current Pac-12 Network analyst -- has called every Washington State game but one this season. As WSU prepares to play its first road game of the season at Cal tonight (7 p.m., Pac-12 Network), CF.C asked Dickau for his insights on Kyle Smith's team and importantly, where he sees the Cougs going this season.
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