Former NBA players participate in Houston Full Court Press Clinic with kids – PHOTOS

Former NBA players and NBA alumnis have participated in the Houston Full Court Press Clinic on September 14, NBRPA reported.

Among those participating in the event were former NBA players Major Jones (current President of the Houston chapter), John Egan, Ollie Taylor, Howard Smith, Alex Sanders, Kevin Loder (Vice President), and NBA Hall of Famer, All-Star center Moses Malone.

The players hosted a press conference, talked to the kids, and have shown some drills during the clinic. Check out the photos below:

Former NBA All-Star, Hall of Fame member Moses Malone talked to the kids. Malone played both in ABA and NBA. He was a 3-time NBA MVP and one of the NBA’s 50 greatest players in history. Malone was the most successful prep-to-pro player of his era, going straight from Petersburg High to a 21-year career in professional basketball.

By the time Malone retired after 19 seasons in the NBA he was the last former ABA player active and held numerous distinctions in both leagues, including a championship ring and NBA finals trophy won with the 1983 Philadelphia 76ers. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001.

Malone holds career ABA averages of 17.2 ppg and 12.9 rpg in 126 games. In the NBA, Malone played 1329 games, averaging 20.6 ppg, 12.2 rpg.


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