Eddie House is looking to get back into the NBA.
December 08, 2012
Eddie House had one of those unforgettable nights for Arizona State a dozen years ago, paying back California for not recruiting him by torching them for 61 points.
That his memorable game didn't even match the second half of Jack Taylor's record-setting performance nearly left the loquacious House speechless.
''Eighty points in 20 minutes? Come on guy, that'...
Via AP on Fox
November 21, 2012
Celticslife had a chance to catch up with a member of the 2008 Championship team, none other than the three point specialist, Eddie House. We got to hear his opinions on the Eastern Conference Finals as he spoke about his experience with both sets of "Big Three". Eddie spoke about what it takes to be a champion in this league. We got him to rank his 61 point college...
Celticslife will be conducting an exclusive interview with ex-Boston Celtic guard, Eddie House tomorrow afternoon. We have decided to reach out to our loyal fan base to see if there are any specific questions they would like Celticslife to ask Eddie House, whether about the 2008 championship team, his thoughts on the current roster, or his opinions on the playoffs so far. Please...
Posted: Sept. 12, 2005
The Phoenix Suns today signed unrestricted free agent and former Arizona State University guard Eddie House to a two-year contract.
The five-year NBA veteran averaged 5.8 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists, and posted career highs in field goal percentage (.451) and three-point field goal percentage (.454) in 68 games combined with Charlotte, Milwaukee...
Former friend, a man BPaul likes to refer to as cute-little Eddie House, is now without an NBA job again. The 12 year veteran has been considered a journey-man throughout his career. House was a fan favorite in Boston during his tenure with the Celtics. He was, however, quite offended when moved to New York [...]
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MIAMI -- Christmas came early for Mickell Gladness and Terrel Harris.
In a surprising move Saturday, the Miami...
Q: How did Eddie House wind up being the odd man out, considering the unique dimension he is able to bring to the game when he is draining threes? -- Ed.
The Miami Heat will be without 33-year old shooting guard Eddie House for several weeks due to a knee injury. House played in 56 games (1 start) for the Heat last year and he averaged 17.5 minutes, 6.5 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game. He shot 38.9% from three point range, so the Heat will miss his instant offense off the bench a little bit.