Glen Selbo

Glendon Laverne Selbo (March 29, 1926 - May 29, 1995) was the second overall pick of the 1947 BAA Draft, having been selected by the Toronto Huskies. He played Guard/Forward. Prior to the BAA/NBA he played at the University of Wisconsin.[1] He also played for the Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team during the 1945-46 season and was the team's leading scorer with 213 points.[2] He was selected as the most valuable player in the Big Nine Conference during the 1946-47 season.[3]He played for the Fond du Lac Rockets during the 1949-50 season.[4] He later worked as a math teacher and basketball coach with public schools in Littleton, Colorado. He died in May 1994 at Sun City West, Arizona, at age 69.[5]


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  • Minor League baseball statistics
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