Earlier today, two-time All-Star shooting guard Allan Houston signed with his old team, the New York Knicks, at the age of 37, and will attempt to make one more go at revitalizing his NBA career.
He played in one exhibition game with the team last year before calling it quits, but he hasn't played in a regular-season NBA game since 2005.
Houston is fourth on the Knicks' all-time scoring list behind only Hall-of-Famers Patrick Ewing, Walt Frazier and Willis Reed. Instead of wearing #20, he'll wear #14 this time around to honor his father, who wore that number at the University of Louisville.
Anyone think his knees are up to it?
"If I let myself get hung up on doing things that had any actual chance of success, I'd never do anything!"
Del Negro has looked completely over matched with both in-game strategy and dealing with players - he may have lost the team already and he's a big factor in their fourth quarter fades. He's got to be in the bottom five of current coaches.