Lloyd Walton biography

Lloyd Walton

Basketball Player

1953 –


Who is Lloyd Walton?

Lloyd Walton is a retired American basketball player. He attended Mount Carmel High School and Marquette University, where he played for legendary coach Al McGuire. Walton, a 6'0" point guard, was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1976 and played for the Bucks from 1977 to 1980, and for the Kansas City Kings in 1980-81. Since retiring as a player, he has served in various volunteer and professional capacities related to prep, collegiate and professional basketball, including: Assistant Coach under Ric Majerus at Marquette University, a Regional Collegiate Scout for the New York Knicks, Assistant Coach for the LaCrosse Bobcats of the Continental League, and an Assistant Coach at the NBA Pre-Draft. He has also held several positions in the public sector, including Bureau Chief for the Illinois Department of Human Services and Director of The James Jordan Boys & Girls Club & Family Life Center in Chicago. Lloyd is currently a Career Counselor for the National Basketball Players Association, and a motivational speaker. In 2009 he created LifelongWinners, a personal development model for athletes. Mr. Walton is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in organizational leadership.

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Nov 23, 1953
  • United States of America
  • Mount Carmel High School
  • Marquette University
  • Moberly Area Community College
Lived in
  • Chicago

on July 23, 2013


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