Victor Moritz “Moe” Wagner is a basketball player who came from Germany. He is currently playing for Orlando Magic with his brother Franz Wagner, but he is taking the center and power forward positions. Wagner started liking basketball at a very young age, and he began doing it with Alba Berlin, a Basketball Bundesliga under-19 club.

College and Basketball Bundesliga

Wagner entered college at the University of Michigan, and he caught the attention of John Beilein, the head coach of the basketball varsity team. Because Wagner is an interesting player, he flew to Berlin to recruit him to play for the Michigan Wolverines. Because he desired to study college, Wagner turned down some professional offers and pursued his education at the University of Michigan instead.

Basketball is fascinating for the young athlete, and upon entering the university, many opportunities flocked around him. He was able to compete at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, where they have defeated the University of Tulsa. During his sophomore year, he was included in the Big Ten Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament and they have successfully won the match against Illinois.

Team Orlando Magic Orlando Magic
Position Center
Height / weight 2.11 m / 111 kg
Born 26 Apr 1997
Nationality Germany Germany
Nickname Moe
Team History
Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 2021 - present
Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 2019 - 2021
Boston Celtics Boston Celtics 2021
Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles Lakers 2018 - 2019

Professional NBA Career

Wagner joined the 2018 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, and two weeks later, he signed a rookie contract with them. However, he suffered from a left knee and ankle injury during the Las Vegas Summer League, so he was sidelined temporarily for the training camps. As a rookie, he was assigned to the Laker’s NBA G League affiliate called South Bay Lakers and debuted against the Stockton Kings. He also contributed 17 points in his 29 minutes of playtime.

In 2019, he was traded to the Washington Wizards, and he stayed with them until 2021. His professional career with the Wizards turned out to be great for him, as he was included in the Rising Stars Challenge. In 2021, he was traded to the Boston Celtics, but he only stayed with the team for a month. Until he was traded to the Orlando Magic in April 2021, and he signed with them.


  • 2018 Big Ten Tournament MVP
  • 2018 Second-team All-big Ten
  • 2014 FIBA Europe U18 Championship Gold Medalist

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