Few players in the IU basketball lore sit on a loftier perch than Calbert Cheaney.
Cheaney’s 2,613 career points from 1989-93 still stand as the most in IU and Big Ten history.
The three-time All-American led the Hoosiers to 105 wins during his four seasons on campus, including four NCAA Tournament appearances, two Big Ten titles and a run to the 1992 Final Four.
Cheaney averaged 22.4 points and 6.2 rebounds per game en route to earning Big Ten and National Player of the Year honors as a senior in 1993. He was selected No. 6 overall in the 1993 NBA Draft and went on to play 13 professional seasons.
Cheaney joined the 1 Star Recruit podcast this week to discuss his family, time at IU, NBA career, Evansville, and much more.
The 23 minute interview with Cheaney begins at the 21:19 mark.
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