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Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player, dies

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Reggie Warford was UK's first Black basketball player to graduate. Warford averaged 20 points per game as a junior and 27 as a senior. He went on to become an assistant coach at Pittsburgh, Iowa State and Long Beach State. He served as the head coach of the Harlem Globetrotters in 2003.
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Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player, dies

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Reggie Warford, who was Kentucky’s second Black men’s basketball player and first Black basketball player to graduate, has died. He was 67.

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Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player, dies

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Reggie Warford, Kentucky’s second Black men’s basketball player and first Black player at the school to graduate, has died. He was 67. Basketball spokeswoman Deb Moore said Warford’s wife, Marisa, notified coach John Calipari that Warford died Thursday in Pittsburgh. Tom Payne was Kentucky’s first Black Player, with Warford following. He was the Wildcats’ first Black four-year player and graduated in 1976. Warford later bec…

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Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player, dies

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Reggie Warford, Kentucky’s second Black men’s basketball player and first Black player at the school to graduate, has died. He was 67. Basketball spokeswoman Deb Moore said Warford’s wife, Marisa, notified coach John Calipari that Warford died Thursday in Pittsburgh. Tom Payne was Kentucky’s first Black Player, with Warford following. He was the Wildcats’ first Black four-year player and graduated in 1976. Warford later bec…

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Former Kentucky player Reggie Warford dies at 67

Reggie Warford, the second Black men's player in Kentucky history, died Thursday. He was 67. Read More

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Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player, dies

Warford was Kentucky's second Black men's basketball player.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Reggie Warford, Kentucky's first Black 4-year player and former Pitt assistant, dies at 67

Warford was a Panthers assistant under head coach Roy Chipman for five years in the early 1980s. He also served as head coach of the Seton-LaSalle’s boys basketball team in 2005-06.

1 month ago·Pittsburgh, United States
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