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Kleptophobia
Ian Thomsen
March 05, 2001
Deeply religious Knicks guard Allan Houston (left) is a strict adherent to the Eighth Commandment: Thou shalt not steal. At week's end Houston was committing only 0.65 thefts per game—roughly one quarter of Allen Iverson's league-leading mark (2.40). Among perimeter players (guards and small forwards) with 1,200 minutes logged this season, Houston had the worst ratio of minutes to steals.—David Sabino
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March 05, 2001

Kleptophobia

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Deeply religious Knicks guard Allan Houston (left) is a strict adherent to the Eighth Commandment: Thou shalt not steal. At week's end Houston was committing only 0.65 thefts per game—roughly one quarter of Allen Iverson's league-leading mark (2.40). Among perimeter players (guards and small forwards) with 1,200 minutes logged this season, Houston had the worst ratio of minutes to steals.
—David Sabino

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