Known for his 12-year NBA career, Houston is now the General Manager of the Westchester Knicks.
Houston was honored at a house meeting for his contributions to the University of Tennessee.
Allan Houston was named Party With Mom’s Bro of the Month
All-Star Gospel Celebration (ASGC) will kick off NBA All-Star Weekend with an unforgettable commemoration celebrating its 10-year anniversary during the 64th NBA All-Star Game.
After injuries forced his retirement a decade ago, the former New York Knicks All-Star is back in the game, bringing his managerial skills, passion for basketball, and fatherly approach to the Westchester Knicks.
This fun and interactive All-Star event will provide a unique opportunity to connect our youth and their families with the principles of F.I.S.L.L (Faith, Integrity, Sacrifice, Leadership and Legacy).
This marks the first time that the Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game will be held in an NBA arena.
The Junior League of Greenwich and the Greenwich Library hosted a discussion this week on Maximizing Your Child’s Athletic Potential. Allan Houston moderated the forum which included a Q & A session from the audience.
In front of New York Knicks president and 11-time NBA champion coach Phil Jackson, the Westchester Knicks (4-3) held off the Erie Bayhawks, 100-94, Wednesday morning at the County Center.
Houston joined 24 other NBA & WNBA legends to run on the NBA All Star Relay Team.
Legendary NBA All-Star Basketball Player, Allan Houston, will be celebrated for his contributions to mentoring NYC area student athletes at BCF’s 8th Annual Tip Off To Success on November 13th in New York City.
Allan Houston, Tad Smith, Al Trautwig and Rob Astorino attended the welcome dinner.