Assistant coaches Andy Hill and DeMarlo Slocum will sit in for tonigt's show on ESPN 700 AM.
Dijon Farr scores 15 as White Team wins two of three periods.
DeMarlo Slocum is in his fifth year as an assistant coach with the Utes following a three-year stint in the same position at Colorado State.
In his three seasons at Utah and CSU, Slocum has worked primarily with the guards and shared recruiting responsibilities. Before coming to Colorado State, Slocum served as an assistant coach at the University of Idaho.
Prior to joining the Idaho Vandals, Slocum was the head coach of the Las Vegas Prospects AAU team for five years. During his tenure, the Prospects were ranked among the top five AAU teams on the west coast. Slocum has worked at various collegiate basketball development camps across America, as well as the West Coast All-Star Camp and the Adidas Superstar Camp.
Slocum, a native of Las Vegas, also served one season as an assistant coach at Dixie State College before moving on to the University of Southern California to become the Trojans' Director of Basketball Operations. In one season with USC, Slocum was in charge of on-campus recruiting, team travel, scouting and camp coordination.
As a student-athlete, Slocum spent two years at Dixie State before playing his final two seasons at Georgia Southern, where he earned a degree in public recreation/kinesiology in 2001. During his junior season at Georgia Southern, he was the team's second-leading scorer, before finishing fourth in scoring as a senior.
Slocum's Coaching Career
|2011-||University of Utah||Assistant Coach|
|2008-11||Colorado State University||Assistant Coach|
|2006-08||University of Idaho||Assistant Coach|
|2005-06||University of Southern California||Director of Basketball Operations|
|2004-05||Dixie State College||Assistant Coach|