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Geoffrey (Geoff) Angier Huston


Geoffrey (Geoff) Angier Huston (born November 8, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York) is a retired American professional basketball player. He was a point guard for the New York Knicks (1979–80), Dallas Mavericks (1980–81), Cleveland Cavaliers (1981–85), Golden State Warriors (1985–86) and Los Angeles Clippers (1986–87). Collegiately, he played for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Dallas Mavericks traded Huston, along with a 1983 third round draft choice to the Cavaliers in exchange for Chad Kinch and a 1985 first round draft choice on February 7, 1981.In eight seasons, he played in 496 games, having played 12,252 minutes, and scoring 4,380 points. During his career he managed a 48.3 field goal percentage (1,836 for 3,805), 25.4 three-point field goal percentage (16 for 63), 70.8 free throw percentage (692 for 978), 684 total rebounds (201 offensive, 483 defensive), 2,509 assists, 331 steals, 32 blocked shots, 899 turnovers and 844 personal fouls.After retiring as a basketball player, Huston became the director of the St. Mary’s Recreation Center in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx in New York City.

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