Friday, May 6, 2016

UA Next Combine Series: Roland Houston Tells the Next Generation What it Takes

Houston was an all-city player and honorable mention All-American at Martin Luther King High School in Philadelphia.
In his college years, Roland Houston played 105 career basketball games, averaging 12.8 points and 10 rebounds per game in his senior season. Houston’s team ranked nationally two of the four seasons that Houston played, and the team won 20 games in a season more than once.
Roland Houston was invited as a guest speaker at the Under Armour Next Combine Series Held at St. John's High School In Washington, D.C on April 30th. Houston is a former basketball player at The University of Rhode Island. After graduation he played pro basketball from 1982-96 in France, Spain, Israel, and Argentina.  He later coached at La Salle, George Washington and George Mason. He spoke to the players about what it means to be called "elite" and what it takes to get to the next level and a player and person.

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