Anthony Allen

6 Anthony Allen

Anthony Allen
Oklahoma State
Past Teams
Lamar State-Port Arthur, FAP Yaoundé in Basketball Africa
Bridgeport, Conn.
Current Team


See Anthony Allen’s 2022 TBL stats here

(Biography and season summaries from, the official athletics site of the Oklahoma State University Cowboys)

2015-16 (OSU Senior season)
• Finished with a team-high 35 blocks, and his average of 1.13 blocks per game ranked sixth among all Big 12 players.
• Shot 50.0 percent (33-of-66) from the floor for the year, which was second only to Chris Olivier on the OSU roster.
• Blocked 13 shots in three games at the Charleston Classic, including a six-block performance against Towson that ranks as the 11th most ever by a Cowboy.
• Also blocked a career-high six shots against Towson.
• Racked up 11 first-half points and went on to set a career-high with 13 against Long Beach State.
• Posted nine multi-block games on the season.
• Grabbed six rebounds and blocked two shots in a home win over No. 3 Kansas.
• Averaged 2.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per game overall.

2014-15 (OSU Junior season)
• Shot a team-best 76.2 percent (16-of-21) from the floor on the year.
• Connected on his first 12 shots from the floor over the season’s first six games.
• Posted back-to-back games with double-digit rebounds against Southeastern Louisiana (12) and Prairie View A&M (14). He also blocked four shots apiece in those two games.
• The 14 rebounds against Prairie View A&M were the most by a Cowboy player in 2014-15.
• Scored a season-best 12 points on 4-of-4 shooting in the win over North Texas.
• On top of the back-to-back four-block games, Allen tallied a three-block game against the Mean Green, and had two blocks at Kansas.
• Posted 19 blocks on the season, which ranked third among all Cowboys players.
• Saw action in 25 games, including a pair of starts early in the year.
• Averaged 1.7 points, 2.4 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game overall.

2013-14 (Lamar State-Port Arthur Sophomore Season)
• Played in 31 games and started 27 for the Lamar State-Port Arthur Seahawks.
• Averaged 11 points, 8.4 rebounds and 6.2 blocked shots per game.
• Led the National Junior College Athletic Association ranks in blocks, finishing with 191 – a school record.
• Shot 58.6 percent from the floor, connecting on 133 of 227 attempts.
• Recorded a season-high 24 points against Houston Community College (Jan. 15), connecting on 10-of-11 shots from the floor and 4-of-6 free-throw attempts.
• Grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds at Coastal Bend College (Feb. 15).
• Swatted a career-high 14 shots at Blinn College (Jan. 25) – a school record.
• Recorded four triple-doubles (points, rebounds and blocks) and 12 total double-doubles (points, rebounds).
• Triple-Doubles: 14 points, 11 rebounds, 10 blocks vs Victoria College (Nov. 19); 21 points, 15 rebounds, 10 blocks vs Lee College (Jan. 29); 18 points, 15 rebounds, 12 blocks vs Angelina College (Feb. 5); and 13 points, 11 rebounds, 11 blocks at Angelina College (March 1).
• Lamar State-Port Arthur finished 24-6 on the season, including 14-5 in conference play.

2012-13 (Lamar State-Port Arthur Freshman season)
• Played in 32 games and started 28 as a freshman at LSPA.
• Averaged 8.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 5.1 blocked shots per game.
• Shot 60.1 percent from the floor.
• Led the NJCAA in blocked shots, both total and average.
• Established a school record for blocks in a game with 13 against Blinn College (Feb. 20), only to break it the following season.
• Was the first Seahawk in school history to record a triple-double with 10 points, 13 rebounds and 13 blocks vs Blinn (Feb. 20); recorded his second with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks vs Lee College (Feb. 23) the following game.
• Was named third-team All-Region XIV Conference Southern Zone.

2011-12 (Freshman season)
• Redshirted his true freshman season at the College of Southern Idaho.

High School
• Led Bassick High School to two state championships in 2008 and ’10.
• Also played soccer and volleyball.

Born March 30, 1992, Anthony is the son of Sheryl Johnson and Anthony Allen, Sr. He is the fourth of seven children, including four sisters (Triquenya, Tanisha, Trisha and Tania) and two brothers (Thurany and Theadore). Anthony was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but moved to Connecticut when he was 16 years old. He majored in university studies at Oklahoma State.