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Hoiberg hires former ISU assistant Henry

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 Iowa State men's basketball assistant Charlie Henry has resigned in Ames and will join former Cyclone coach Fred Hoiberg with the Chicago Bulls.

Henry joined ISU in 2012 as a graduate assistant and moved to full-time on Hoiberg's coaching staff in 2014. He's the second addition to the Bulls' staff since Hoiberg took over the position. Former San Antonio assistant Jim Boylen had previously been hired.

Henry spent the 2011-12 season in the NBA as the video coordinator for the Indiana Pacers.

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