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 NEW YORK (AP) -Allan Houston has signed with the New York Knicks and will attempt another comeback with his former team.
Houston is fourth on the Knicks' career scoring list. He signed a free-agent contract Thursday and will be in training camp next week with the team he led to the 1999 NBA finals.
Forced to retire in 2005 because of knee pain, Houston briefly tried a comeback last year with the Knicks.
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