Kenny Payne

Payne Adds Milt Wagner to Louisville Basketball Staff

Milt Wagner, a top ten career basketball scorer for the University of Louisville whose honored jersey hangs in the KFC Yum! Center, has joined the Cardinals’ men’s basketball staff as Director of Player Development and Alumni Relations under head coach Kenny Payne. “I’m so excited for this opportunity to have my brother Milt “Ice” Wagner with

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Jamieson named Assistant Basketball Coach at Louisville

Josh Jamieson, who has worked the last 15 seasons on the University of Oregon men’s basketball staff, has joined UofL head men’s basketball coach Kenny Payne‘s staff as an assistant coach. “I’m so happy and excited that Josh is joining our staff,” said Payne.  “His experience in helping run a program and his basketball knowledge will

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OFFICIAL: Nolan Smith joins Louisville Basketball staff

No secret here…Louisville finally releases an official statement on the hiring of Nolan Smith… Nolan Smith, a member of the Duke University men’s basketball staff for the last six years, has become the first assistant coach hired by University of Louisville head men’s basketball coach Kenny Payne on the Cardinals’ staff. “I’m thrilled to welcome home one of

Continue Reading → Daily News – 1/17/18’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… UTEP released financial information regarding pay for interim men’s basketball coach Phil Johnson as part of an open records request submitted by KVIA. As an assistant under Tim Floyd, Johnson was making about $198,000 per year plus bonuses that included one month’s extra pay for making

Continue Reading → Daily News – 1/9/18’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Kentucky associate head coach Kenny Payne is getting some strong support for the Louisville job. In a recent article by Rick Bozich on, former Cardinal standouts Pervis Ellison and Billy Thompson give Payne (a Louisville alum) their endorsement. Also, Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown

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