|Birth Day:||January 26, 1993|
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He grew up playing hockey in Canada.
In 2011, Pangos travelled with Canada's Under-19 men's basketball team to Latvia, for the 2011 FIBA Under-19 World Championship. He finished second on the team in scoring, averaging 13.5 points per game, and led the team in assists, with 3.1 per game Pangos finished fourth among the tournament in steals per game leaders, averaging 2.1 per game.
In the WCC semi-finals Pangos led Gonzaga by BYU in a 77–58 victory, scoring a game-high 30 points on 10–17 shooting. Pangos did not perform well in the 2012 West Coast Conference finals in a 78–74 overtime loss to Saint Mary's. Pangos shot just 3–18 from the field and 1–10 from three-point range.
Pangos is a third-generation Slovene Canadian as his paternal grandparents emigrated to Canada from the former Yugoslav Republic. He has a Slovenian passport. Like many young Canadians, Pangos played youth hockey. He had family connections to the game—an uncle played in the NHL, and a cousin was drafted by the Washington Capitals—but he did not like the sport as much as basketball. In any event, he had much deeper family links to that sport. His father Bill played basketball for the University of Toronto and finished his 26th season as the head women's basketball coach at York University in Toronto in 2013, his mother Patty played Canadian Interuniversity Sport basketball at McMaster University, and his sister Kayla played under their father at York.
Growing up, Pangos' biggest inspiration was Steve Nash, a Canadian who developed into one of the NBA's top point guards and a two-time MVP. At training camps throughout his youth, Pangos paid special attention to stories about Nash; he recalled in a 2013 interview, "Someone would say, 'Steve Nash would make 500 shots a day.' I figured I had to make 500 shots a day."
On January 29, 2015, against Portland, Pangos broke Blake Stepp's school record of 288 made 3-pointers. As of March 11, 2015, Pangos currently has a school-record of 313 3-pointers, which is good enough for fifth place all-time in West Coast Conference men's basketball.
On July 24, 2015, Pangos signed a two-year deal with the Spanish club Herbalife Gran Canaria.
In 2016, he joined the Lithuanian club Žalgiris, with whom Pangos signed a "1+1" deal. In May 2018, he was named the All-EuroLeague Second Team for the 2017–18 season. With Žalgiris, he reached the 2018 EuroLeague Final Four, the team's first participation in 20 years. There, the team finished in third place after losing to Fenerbahçe and defeating CSKA Moscow.
On July 25, 2018, Pangos signed a two-year deal with FC Barcelona Lassa of the Liga ACB and the EuroLeague. Due to an injury, he played three games during the 2019-20 season. Pangos parted ways with Barcelona on July 5, 2020.
On July 6, 2020, he has signed with Zenit Saint Petersburg of the VTB United League.
Kevin's father coached women's basketball at Toronto's York University.
Currently, Kevin Pangos is 29 years, 8 months and 11 days old. Kevin Pangos will celebrate 30th birthday on a Thursday 26th of January 2023. Below we countdown to Kevin Pangos upcoming birthday.
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