Lucius Allen is an American nationality who was born on September 26, 1947. He was born in the largest city in Missouri by area and population, Kansas City.
Lucius Allen Education And Career Details
He went to school at Wyandotte High School, Kansas City. There he explored his basketball playing skills and is now mentioned in several articles as the greatest high school basketball player of the 20th century. His head coach in high school was Walt Shublom who made him the leader of Wyandotte High School. He successfully took them through to the Class AA state championships in 1964 and 1965.
Allen moved to the University of California, Los Angeles. Here he began his basketball career he became an all-American as part guided by John Wooden his legendary coach. He was part of the team that proclaimed the University of California National Collegiate Athletic Association championship in 1967 and 1968. In his final year at the University of California, he was suspended for possession of marijuana marking the end of his time in this college.
In 1969 the National Basketball Association carried out their draft and Allen was posted to the Seattle Supersonics in the first round. He was in the Milwaukee Bucks team where he got his National Basketball Association (NBA) ring. From 1975 to 1977 he played but they did not win a championship that is for two seasons. This also happened while playing at Los Angeles Lakers for the season after playing for Milwaukee Bucks In 1979 during the transfer window Allen moved to the Kansas City Kings. In this new season, they won the championship. Lucius Allen played as a point guard in the National Basketball Association for four teams. His jersey was number 42, 7, or 40. He a 19.1 scoring average points per game. After ten years of a well-fought battle at the National Basketball Association Allen retired from basketball.
Lucius Allen basketball card is number 88 in a series of 264 manufactured by a company called Topps Company Limited for the 1973 to 1974 National Basketball Association season. The front of the card has a still image of the Milwaukee Bucks guard in a defensive stance. On the reverse is a small cartoon image illustrating the fact that Lucius Allen is a chess player on every of his game day. He loved playing chess on his game days as chess enhance strategic skills.
Lucius Allen’s zodiac sign is a Libra. The ruling planet of Libra is Venus. Therefore, his lucky days are Fridays and lucky numbers are 6, 15, 24, 33, 42, 51, and 60. Lucius Allen’s lucky colors are blue and green. Since Libra is his lucky zodiac sign is positive character traits are tactfulness, watchfulness, intellectual bent of mind, and alert mindset. His negative traits are detachment, insincerity, and insecurity. Lucius Allen married Eve Allen and lived together In Los Angeles. They were blessed with a lovely baby boy called Geoffrey Allen. But in the middle of their marriage there have been issues and misunderstanding and even filed divorce papers.
Lucius Allen Net Worth
Allen’s estimated net worth is $1 to $5 million at the age of 72 years old. He earned the money being a professional basketball player. Lucius Allen’s current location is in Los Angeles, California his love for the city is because it is surrounded by the ocean, mountains, forest, and desert. Also, the clear light, the oceanic expansiveness, and the quality of including or involving people from a range of different socio-economic backgrounds and of different genders, sexual orientations that are the diversity of its people.
Lucius Allen Body Measurements
Average Lucius Allen weighs 79.4kg that matches 175 pounds. He is 1.88m tall that matches 6 feet and 2 inches tall. These physical features are in line with the National Basketball Association’s standard weight and height of 6 feet and 3 inches in the height category and 191 pounds in the weight category. These were some factors that led to him being drafted into the National Basketball Association in the earlier stages of his career.
Where Is Lucius Allen Now?
Allen got an opportunity and was inducted into the Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball hall of honor on March 16, 2013. After finishing his professional basketball career, which includes the high school championship led by him, the college national championship, and National Basketball Association championship. Lucius Allen turned his attention to coaching young stars in basketball in Los Angeles his current location.