NBA – Allan Houston returns to the Knicks

The New York Knicks & # 39; superstar Allan Houston, who played nine full seasons in NY, is trying to return to the NBA after retiring in October 2005 due to chronic knee injury. In addition to the Houston results, we can mention the time when Knicks took the 1999 NBA Finals. He tried to re-enter the sport last season, but he eventually decided to put down as he was only 10 days before the start of the start of the season. But now I look differently for Houston as it prepares to play with Knicks and fight for a seat in the 2008-2009 Knicks training camp and a possible regular season.

In 2002 Houston was one of the highest paid players in the NBA; Knicks had an extended contract of $ 20.7 million. Unfortunately, in the following season, Houston reported a total of 32 games and had no trading opportunity to go to another team and could not start the surgery and started the next season, but the pain was too strong to continue and forced it by the end of 2005 had to retire.

At this point, many people are not sure Houston is ready for NBA on an arthritis knee and after 37 years on his shoulder after almost three years of absence. We will find that the results of the Knicks training camp and the return of the NBA with Houston. He signed a contract with the Knicks for a minimum NBA payout of $ 1.26 million in his status.

Houston is the fourth leading scorer in the history of Knicks, with 11,165 points in a regular season and a career average of 17.3 points per game for 12 years of professional play. Houston's best performance in the 2002-2003 season averaged 22.5 points. In addition, during the first round of the 1999 Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat Houston Quarter Finals was a memorable play, a jumper in the band, 0.8 seconds to win the 78-77, and the Knicks and the final NBA championship match against San Antonio Spurs.

Undoubtedly, Houston will always be a great player and someone will remember the history of NBA and New York Knicks, as his experience and the love for the game are remarkable. We believe that his determination will reappear in court with his teammates and his team. This season Houston holds the 14th in honor of his father, Wade, and the deep love for the sport. He was the first African-American basketball player to play at Louisville University.