34 Ray Allen Miami Heat
Position: G
Born: 07/20/75
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight: 205 lbs. / 93 kg.
College: Connecticut '97
  Impressive shooter... The prototype of a shooting guard... His shooting mechanic is poetry in motion... Outstanding three-point shooter... Above average passing skills... Has proved he can be an effective defender... Always in superb condition... Very nice role player at this point in his career.

Attended the Hillcrest HS in Sumter, South Carolina.
Played college ball at Connecticut until 1996.
Selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves as 5th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft.
Draft rights traded to the Milwaukee Bucks. Played there till 2002-03.
Traded to the Seattle SuperSonics in February 2003.
Traded to the Boston Celtics in June 2007.
 Signed with the Miami Heat in July 2012.
Led the Hillcrest HS to a South Carolina state championship in 1993.
Won the gold medal at the World University Games with the US Team in 1995.
Named USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year in 1995.
Named to the All-America 3rd Team in 1995.
Named to the All-America 1st Team in 1996.
Named Big East Player of the Year in 1996. Named to the All-BEC 1st Team.
Won the Big East tournament with Connecticut in 1996.
Named to the NBA All-Rookie 2nd Team in 1997.
Won the gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games with the US Team.
10 times selected to the NBA All-Star Game.
Won the NBA 3-point Shootout Contest in 2001.
Named to the All-NBA 3rd Team in 2000-01.
Named to the All-NBA 2nd Team in 2004-05.
Won the Tournament of Americas with the US Team in 2003.
Voted to the HoopsHype.com All-NBA 3rd Team in 2004-05.
Shares the NBA record for most three-pointers scored in one half with eight.
NBA all-time leader in three-pointers made and attempted.
 Holds the NBA record for most three-pointers in the playoffs.
Won the NBA title with the Boston Celtics in 2008 and with the Miami Heat in 2013.
Starred in the movie "He Got Game" with Denzel Washington and in "Harvard Man" with Sarah Michelle Gellar.
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