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Ray Allen
Ray Allen
Position: None
Born: 07/20/75
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
LeBron James: “So, it’s going to be very challenging. Those guys are going to challenge me. They’re going to challenge our ballclub. This is a high-powered team and I’ve played against some other (stiff competition). I’ve played against Ray (Allen), KG (Kevin Garnett), Paul (Pierce), (Rajon) Rondo and Doc (Rivers). So, it’s going to be very challenging not only on me mentally, but on our ballclub and on our franchise.”
11 hours ago via ESPN
Ray Allen: Seattle has grown so much since I was last here. What a great city! I had some great memories not too far away from the #spaceneedle. I still can’t believe that there is no basketball in Seattle!! This city is too great not to have a hoops squad. Come on everybody we need to rally and bring the NBA back to Seattle. let’s make this happen people!!! The NBA misses traveling to Seattle, I know I certainly do!!!!!
Storyline: Seattle Team?
“It’s not like the year before with Ray they beat us,” Haslem said of the Heat defeating Allen, Garnett and Pierce in the 2012 Eastern Conference finals. “Put it this way, it wasn’t the similar situation to maybe Kevin Durant going to the team that beat him. It was, you got your ass whooped with Ray, and we got Ray and we whupped your ass again.”
“One thing I can always say about being a free agent in any situation, you always got to go to your happiness,” Allen said Thursday morning at an event for his Ray of Hope Foundation. Wade has a player option worth $23.8 million to return to the Bulls next season, and he must decide what he will do with that option before the July 1 start of free agency. Allen’s use of the word “happiness” could mean a lot of things when it comes to Wade, like returning to Miami to play for the organization he spent the first 13 seasons of his NBA career with. “At the end of the day, whatever that dollar figure is, it does have an impact on your decision,” Allen said. “But I think at the end of the day, you have to choose where it is you’re going to be happy and where you think you’ll fit the most because 82 games is a long time to be in some place where you may not be happy or you may not feel like you fit.”
Storyline: Dwyane Wade Free Agency