Milt Wagner

Shooting guard, Basketball Player

1963 –

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Who is Milt Wagner?

Milton "Milt" Wagner is a retired American basketball player in the NBA and former assistant coach for the Auburn Tigers.

Wagner played high school basketball at Camden High School.

A 6'5" point guard/shooting guard he led the Louisville Cardinals to the 1986 NCAA Championship along with three Final Four berths as well as to the 1984 Sweet Sixteen. He helped the Cardinals to a 113-32 record, three Metro Conference regular season titles and two Metro Conference Tournament crowns during his college career. He redshirted the 1985 season with a broken foot.

A three-time All-Metro Conference selection, Wagner ranks fifth in Cardinal history with 1,836 career points, with a 12.7 career scoring average while also averaging 3.0 assists and 2.5 rebounds. He played in 144 career games, second all-time at Louisville, and started the last 111 games he played. He ranks sixth in career assists and seventh in career free throw percentage.

Wagner was drafted in the second round of the 1986 NBA Draft. Wagner is one of the few players that have won national titles in high school, college and in the NBA.

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Born
Feb 20, 1963
Camden
Children
Ethnicity
  • African American
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Camden High School
Lived in
  • Camden

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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