This development comes after Hill was charged with driving under the influence last month, which amounted to his third DUI arrest since 2008. It's notable because Hill was once the nation's highest-paid assistant while working at Kansas State, mostly because of his connections to the D.C. Assault summer basketball program. Hill is the reason Michael Beasley enrolled at KSU, and it's that connection to D.C. Assault that made it sensible for Turgeon to lure Hill to Maryland when Turgeon replaced Gary Williams in May 2011. But Hill's off-the-court issues and legal problems now made it impossible for Turgeon to keep Hill on the Maryland staff going forward, a source told CBSSports.com.
This news is also being reported by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun.
In a less important but just as interesting development, a source told CBSSports.com that Maryland icon Juan Dixon is joining Turgeon's staff, effective immediately. Dixon will be a special assistant to Turgeon. A formal announcement is expected later Wednesday.