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Ray Allen

Ray Allen
Ray Allen is the shooting guard for the Boston Celtics. Allen is a 9-time NBA All-Star, playing with the Celtics, Seattle Sonics and Milwaukee Bucks.

Ray Allen was the 5th overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft, He played at UConn from 1993 to 1996. In his final college season Allen was a first-team All-American and won the Big East Player Of The Year.

Ray Allen's third on the UConn's career scoring list with 1,992 points. He holds the school record for most three-pointers in a season, hitting 115 in 1995-96.

He is currently 2nd in NBA history for all-time three-pointers made, with 2,299 at the end of the 2008-09 season.

Ray Allen also stared in the 1998 Spike...
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Ray Allen is the shooting guard for the Boston Celtics. Allen is a 9-time NBA All-Star, playing with the Celtics, Seattle Sonics and Milwaukee Bucks.

Ray Allen was the 5th overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft, He played at UConn from 1993 to 1996. In his final college season Allen was a first-team All-American and won the Big East Player Of The Year.

Ray Allen's third on the UConn's career scoring list with 1,992 points. He holds the school record for most three-pointers in a season, hitting 115 in 1995-96.

He is currently 2nd in NBA history for all-time three-pointers made, with 2,299 at the end of the 2008-09 season.

Ray Allen also stared in the 1998 Spike Lee movie 'He Got Game' and appeared in the 2001 film 'Harvard Man.'
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  • ASK IRA: Can Riley still salvage season with roster moves?

    ASK IRA: Can Riley still salvage season with roster moves?
    Q: Well, Dwayne Wade's out again. It's difficult to have any fluidity with players in and out of the lineup ongoing. But let's look at this squad even with a healthy Wade. The positive: We have four quality players in the starting unit. Two are All-Star players in Wade and Chris Bosh (though Bosh's drop in rebounding from the first month of the season to now is a concern), and a third, in Luol Deng, though possibly on the downside of his career, is still a quality small forward, and we have a center in Hassan Whiteside who can protect the rim and score around the basket. So we do have a strong core of four in the starting lineup. Though not athletic, it still gives us a unit that is in the upper 25 percent of the teams in the league. Point guard, along with limited 3point shooting, are the only weaknesses in the starting lineup. What we have is absolutely no bench. Outside of Chris Andersen, Pat Riley has done as poor a job as we imagined in the offseason in fleshing out positions, adding depth. We have nothing at the point, no backup shooting guard, and no backup small forward. In theory, Mario Chalmers should be a capable backup shooting guard, but seemingly can only excel when playing with the starting unit. When Dwyane's in the lineup, Chalmers simply doesn't get the job done. It's an odd phenomenon. Coming into the season, we pretty much knew that Danny Granger would be a famine-or-feast player, and, unfortunately, it's the former. James Ennis, who looks to have potential, is extremely raw, has a poor handle, and is timid offensively. Ideally, Pat can make a trade to get a swingman, with 3-point skills who can back up both wing positions. The next best move would be a point guard with range. Regardless of how healthy we are come playoff time, a one-man bench won't get it done. -- Matt.
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    OAKLAND, Calif. The Golden State Warriors haven't had many teams truly challenge them at Oracle Arena all season, but they finally got a real fight from the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night and their first home loss since Nov. 11. In the Warriors' 113-...

    NBA spot-up shooters are hard to find, defend

    DALLAS If anyone knows the ins and outs of what it takes to be an adept spot-up shooter, it's Stephen Curry. With Curry, spot-up shooting is sort of a family affair. After all, Curry's dad, Dell, finished his 16-year NBA career in 2002 as a career 40.2...

    Ira Winderman: Either or neither when it comes to Wade, Bosh as All-Stars?

    The distinction between what coaches say and what they mean has long involved a considerable chasm, unless that coach is Gregg Popovich. So, for what it's worth, consider the words of Hornets coach Steve Clifford before Wednesday's game against the...

    Warriors' Klay Thompson wins over his toughest critic

    Mychal Thompson purchased a new, bigger, wider-screen cell phone just a few days ago, and not surprisingly, he is ecstatic he made the investment. The longtime Los Angeles Lakers broadcaster watched the phenomenal performance by his son, Warriors guard...