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Joe Wallace (basketball)

Joe Wallace (basketball)

Joe Wallace was born on November 5, 1965 in San Diego, California USA; Educated at Washington State University, he made his professional debut in 1987 in Turkey. In 1988 he [3] played for Elosúa León and the following year for Lliria. In 1990 he returned to León, already in the ACB.

Then he played in Japan and in his country until 1991, to return to Spain, to Melilla. In March of that year he played three games with Real Madrid and then went to Argentina to play for Olimpia de Venado Tuerto. At the end of 1993 he moved to Levallois in France, where he hung up his boots. His honors include the 1993 ACB.

Wallace is married to Samantha Torres, a former Miss Spain pageant finalist and Playboy magazine cover girl.

Currently has a company dedicated to the manufacture of alcohol-based ice cream called TigerMonkey.[4]


  • He arrived at Real Madrid in March 1993 to replace Mark Simpson, who was injured, for three games.

  • In total, he played 12 games in the ACB (nine with Leon and three with Real Madrid).

  • His averages in those 12 games were 14.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 11.3 in efficiency.

  • He made his debut with Real Madrid in a derby against Estudiantes (76-73 for the Whites). That day he scored 19 points, being the top scorer of the game along with Arvydas Sabonis.

  • It was his best score with the Whites. In his second game (against Zaragoza) he scored 5 points and in the third (against Joventut) he scored 13.

  • He is 2.02 meters tall.


  • Washington State University

  • Istanbul (1987-1988)

  • CB León (1988-1989)

  • Club Bàsket Llíria (1989-1990)

  • CB León (1990-1991)

  • Isusu Kyoto (1990-1991)

  • Rockford Lightning (1990-1991)

  • San José Jammers (1990-1991)

  • Melilla Baloncesto (1991-1993)

  • Real Madrid (1992-1993)

  • Olimpia Venado Tuerto (1993-1994)

  • Levallois SCB (1993-1994).


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