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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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    Bulls play like they were outside in 97-77 loss to Jazz
    There's a reason coach Tom Thibodeau has cited Pau Gasol's championship experience often. That experience has come in the form of Gasol's stellar play on the court and with his savvy off it. Perhaps that never was more evident than when Gasol put the...
  • On The Fly: Shabazz Having Some Problems In Miami

    On The Fly: Shabazz Having Some Problems In Miami
    NBA writer Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel on former UConn player Shabazz Napier, sent to the D-League recently but called right back up by the Miami Heat because of injuries: "He can still make plays, but he's really struggling keeping...
  • Mavericks get Rajon Rondo from Celtics

    Mavericks get Rajon Rondo from Celtics
    The Dallas Mavericks traded for Rajon Rondo on Thursday, dealing three players and two draft picks to the Boston Celtics for the All- Star point guard, according to multiple reports. The Mavericks landed Rondo amid reports the Celtics were talking to...
  • Nick Young returns and so do the good times in Lakers' win over Hawks

    Nick Young returns and so do the good times in Lakers' win over Hawks
    A simple reason for a rare Lakers victory was the return of Nick Young, the self-proclaimed "Swaggy P" always one step and two laughs ahead in life. "It's like my swag just rubbed off on everybody," he said after bringing some desperately needed scoring...
  • ASK IRA: Do Heat need to add a veteran wing?

    ASK IRA: Do Heat need to add a veteran wing?
    Q: It seems like we need a spark off the bench, a player who knows he will be a bench player in these endless rotations, and will play like it. Is it time to bring that player, Michael Beasley, back after this China contract? -- Rover, Wellington. A:...
  • It's not quite 2010 this time around for Lakers and Celtics

    It's not quite 2010 this time around for Lakers and Celtics
    Bad record. Passive defense. Hot-and-cold offense. The Lakers and Boston Celtics have a lot in common, two teams muddling through downtrodden days after meeting in the NBA Finals just 4½ years ago. Kobe Bryant will be the only Lakers player left...
  • Long(shot) list of players fits within Steve Nash disabled exception

    The Lakers were granted a $4.85 million disabled-player exception on Tuesday for injured point guard Steve Nash. What that means for a future Lakers' acquisition isn't as straightforward. The exception is a spending tool that can be used to add one...
  • Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?

    Ira Winderman: Now that Heat can deal, should they?
    Monday could be the start of something big in the NBA. Could be. By rule, most players signed as free agents in the offseason cannot be dealt for three months or before Dec. 15, whichever comes later. Dec. 15 comes Monday. And that will leave just...
  • On The Fly: Quick Turnaround For Will Muschamp

    Will Muschamp, fired as coach at Florida after four disappointing seasons, wasn't out of work for long. He coached his last game for the Gators on Nov. 29, spent a week in the Dominican Republic and on Saturday was introduced as the new defensive...
  • On The Fly: Johnny Football Wears A Bull's-Eye

    After so much buildup, the start of the Johnny Football era was dud. Johnny Manziel was 10 of 18 for 80 yards and two interceptions in his first start for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. And perhaps worse than his inept performance in the 30-0 loss to the...
  • Magic wish upon a star ... soon

    Magic wish upon a star ... soon
    The Los Angeles Clippers brought the NBA version of Hollywood to Orlando on Wednesday night with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. Despite their presence, coach Doc Rivers isn't happy with his team's play. Two All-Stars isn't enough? Do I hear three? Rivers...