Imagine if the Detroit Pistons had Shaquille O’Neal, Grant Hill, and Allan Houston–all in their primes back in the mid 90’s. According to Joel Corry, it was a real possibility. The Detroit Pistons with Shaquille O’Neal and Grant Hill in their prime? That would have been quite the show, particularly with sharp shooting Allan Houston […] Shaq considered Detroit Pistons before...
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26 days ago
The New York Knicks are one of those most storied franchises in the NBA and have had numerous iconic players grace the hardwood of Madison Square Garden. Here’s a list of the top ten New York Knickerbockers: 10. Allan Houston Houston joined New York after the 1996 season and immediately became a contributor to the Knicks’ success. He took over John Starks’ starting role...
LAS VEGAS — The four-year, $75 million offer sheet the Nets handed restricted free agent Allen Crabbe may be bigger and costlier than originally believed. Scouts The Post talked to felt that for a Brooklyn team in full-on rebuild, Crabbe may be worth the risk, comparing him with players such as Tim Thomas and Allan Houston....
Via New York Post
July 08, 2016
Anyone have $20 million I can borrow?
The New York Knicks are in a pretty bad place these days, but one of their former stars appears to be doing just fine. Former Knicks sharpshooter Allan Houston is selling his 19,300-square-foot mansion in Westchester County for $19.9 million, the Wall Street Journal reports. The sprawling home, which sits on 10 acres of land in the exclusive gated community Conyers Farm, is a sports...
Leon Rose, agent for Carmelo Anthony, met with Steve Mills and Allan Houston before the New York Knicks' 110-108 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Monday. Anthony had a strong game, scoring 44 points in the loss. The Knicks have a $90 million payroll, but are struggling to even reach the playoffs in a weakened Eastern Conference. Anthony will be a free agent this offseason, but the...
The New York Knicks could promote Allan Houston to head coach if the team is not able to turn the season around under Mike Woodson, according to a report. George Karl went on record recently saying he would not want to join the Knicks' "hell for a million dollars." “Say what you want about Jim Dolan but he’s one of about eight owners who is willing to spend money to compete...
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