Milt Schoon

Most Influential Person

American basketball player

Why Is Milt Schoon Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Milton W. Schoon was an American professional basketball player. A 6-foot-7, 230-pound center, Schoon began his college career at Tri-State College during the 1941-42 season before going on to play at Valparaiso University during the 1940s, gaining fame for his ability to defend top-ranked player George Mikan of DePaul University. Schoon then played professionally in the BAA, NBL, NBA, and NPBL as a member of the Anderson Packers, Detroit Falcons, Flint Dow Chemicals, Sheboygan Redskins and Denver Refiners.

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