Found September 28, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
According to Jared Zwerling of Bleacher Report, Allan Houston is likely being groomed to be the Knicks next general manager. Houston, who played for the Knicks for nine seasons, was appointed special assistant to general manager and president, Donnie Walsh, in 2008 and is currently an assistant general manager for the team. “When taking a step back and analyzing (Mills’ hiring), it actually makes sense, especially if Allan is to eventually become the GM of the Knicks. By working under Glen for a couple of years now, Allan has been getting an inside look and education at the engineering approach to the mathematical side of making a team an economic success. “And now, with a few years as an understudy beneath Mills, it would appear that Allan will now get an inside look and education to becoming a true blue-blood sports business professional in New York. Steve has the track record and pedigree of a top sports executive in the current sports and entertainment market. With those two exp...
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