Anthony Peeler
Anthony Peeler

Event:
Basketball

Hall of Fame Class:
1998


One of the most exciting players in the history of Missouri basketball, Anthony Peeler starred for the Tigers from 1989-92. He played on a conference championship team in 1990, on teams that won the Big Eight Conference Tournament in 1989 and '91, and on three teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Peeler was the Big Eight Conference player of the year and male athlete of the year in 1992, and also won all-America honors. He was the league's newcomer of the year in '89, and twice won first-team all-conference honors. Peeler scored 1,970 points in his Tiger career and led the conference with a 23.4-point scoring average as a senior. The Kansas City native was a first-round draft choice of the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers. He has also been a starter for the Vancouver Grizzlies and his current team, the Minnesota Timberwolves

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