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#21 Aug 16, 2008
Unlike many athletes, he is a standup guy. If he is good enough to make the Knicks, what's the problem. Let him try out.
Since: Jan 08
#22 Aug 16, 2008
I was getting ready to say that, click on page 2, post 21, there it is.
Let him try out. If it looks like he can help, in any 9 man thing, bring him back. Lets face it, Dolans paid Allen well. We ended his career well. I'd go as far to say that Houston and the front office get along so well, money won't be an issue, as Allen will be around one way or another for a long time. So you try him out, if it fits, do it. If not, what did you lose?
#23 Aug 17, 2008
Exactly. And I am guessing the way he carries himself, that he is a good role model, and likely hasn't had a life filled with the social problems many NBAers continue to have even after they've made it.
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