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Ray Allen
Ray Allen
Position: None
Born: 07/20/75
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Q. You’re 18th in three-points made in NBA history and Stephen Curry is just 15 threes away from surpassing you. Can he do it in the first game of the season? Jason Richardson: “[Laughs] Yeah. If he doesn’t do it in the first game he’ll do it in the second. When it’s all said and done, if he can stay healthy, he’ll probably be the greatest shooter of all time. In my mind Ray Allen is still the greatest shooter but the way Steph is shooting the ball he’ll end up the first on three-points made and he’ll probably go down as the greatest shooter in NBA history.”
A week later, Scales was waived and never got another shot at the NBA. San Antonio was his fourth and final stop in the league, after he had preseason stints with the New Jersey Nets, Houston Rockets and Seattle SuperSonics. Scales thought he had his best shot at an NBA breakthrough in Seattle. “When I was with Seattle, there was a great write-up about me,” he said. “This is when Rick Brunson had his first guaranteed contract. They had written in the paper that [the Sonics] had a million-dollar question: Do they keep Rick Brunson or Alex Scales? Ray Allen was quoted in the paper saying, ‘Alex Scales is the only one playing like he belongs here.'”
2 months ago via ESPN
Ray Allen recently told the Hartford Courant he would like to resume his playing career after a two-year hiatus. Allen, who is 41, said he’d prefer playing for either the Bucks or Boston Celtics. The Bucks appear to be more than a tad interested in Allen, the Hall of Fame in-waiting shooting guard who played his first 6½ seasons in the NBA with the Bucks. In an interview with WSSP (105.7 FM), Bucks president Peter Feigin acknowledged the Bucks wouldn’t mind having Allen’s services.