Last week, Wagner had 65 points on Wednesday in the Cherry Hill League, including 15 threes. The next night, he had 67 points at Drexel in the Rankin/Anderson League. Now, 132 on consecutive nights will get your attention. "He's regained a lot of his strength," Bauer said. "The guy's built like an animal. He looks more like a defensive back than a point guard or shooting guard. The last time I saw him, he looked fabulous. From my point of view, from the gastrointestinal surgery, he's made a complete recovery."
p.s. sorry if this is a repost... couldnt see it anywhere
Those leagues suck, i know players there and they are average D3 players. The Cherry Hill is nothing. I hope he is back but that means nothing
Even Still, to hit 15 3's in a gm is impressive. Wagnerhas been a scorer his whole life and his rookie year he was in the running for rookie of the year before he got hurt and missed the last qtr of the season. He has had this colon disease since he was a frosh at Memphis not to Mention they found out recently Wags needed contact lenses for poor eyesight. Calipari said he was scoring 100 points in HS literally being half blind. I have seen this kid play since his frosh yr in HS and I know he is special, people forget he was National player of the year before Lebron in HS. He led the Mcdonald's all-star gm in scoring, he was was on the all-frosh team his one year at Memphis. I think JUanny will still be a good player(scorer) in the league. The one article said if Wags was on the Sixers he would instantly become there #2 option behind AI. There is a chance He may never be more than a 6th man but there are alot of teams than can use instant offense off the bench.