Thursday, October 23, 2008

Allan Houston's Comeback Attempt Stalls

Allan Houston one of the greatest Knicks of all time was trying for the second straight season to make a comeback from what was thought of as career ending knee surgery. However, Houston vowed to comeback and go out on his "own terms" which is respectable. H20 just couldn't stay healthy throughout training camp getting constant nagging injuries due to old age and not playing for a few years. This might be the end for Houston this season but you can bet he will try to try out next year if the Knicks allow it. A player with the competitive drive of Houston can not just hang 'em up and he has the right to go out on his own terms.
It sucks to say but Houstons time has passed and he should look into announcing or coaching. Maybe Houston can work with Danilo Gallinari and help out his sweet stroke to make it even sweeter....who knows?
Overall I wish H20 the best of luck in the future and I hope he tries and DOES come back next season to make the roster. Although the likely hood of him coming back and making the roster next year are probably slim to none. Sorry Allan but I speak the truth only.


Anonymous Dan S said...

I hope that Houston sticks around as a coach. He really wants to see this team be successful and he understands the game and how to shoot. I think he could help Danilo, Nate, Duhon, etc. with their shooting. He even said one time that if Lee doesn't shoot then he is going to MAKE him shoot lol.

10/23/2008 10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

uncensored either because you have no morals or nobody is on this shit.

10/24/2008 2:14 AM  
Blogger Alex B. said...

yea i guess just like no girl (or guy for that matter) is on ur cock that's y you talk shit on a blog and dont even leave ur name....sick life u live

10/24/2008 8:46 AM  

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