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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 coach prodding swingman Tony Snell

    Through the Bulls' first two exhibitions, rookie Doug McDermott has averaged a team-high 30 minutes. Tony Snell? Well, the second-year swingman had that nice finishing stretch Tuesday night against the Pistons, sending the game into overtime with two...
  • Doc Rivers on Clippers watching Kings' banner night: 'We tasted it'

    Doc Rivers on Clippers watching Kings' banner night: 'We tasted it'
    Doc Rivers got a suite at Staples Center on Wednesday for the Clippers to watch the Kings raise their Stanley Cup championship banner. He wanted the players to visualize that it was they who had just won a title. Apparently it worked. "We tasted it,"...
  • ASK IRA: Do Heat have enough at the rim?

    ASK IRA: Do Heat have enough at the rim?
    Q: As predicted, Luol Deng will be terrific, however the Heat have no answer under the basket. This is not a surprise, but an enigma. -- Chet. A: Deng certainly had his moments in his home preseason debut Tuesday, sort of what was expected,...
  • Celtics Beat Knicks In Exhibition At XL Center

    Celtics Beat Knicks In Exhibition At XL Center
    HARTFORD — The Celtics have brought some of the NBA's marquee names to Hartford on their many trips from Boston to Connecticut in the past 40 years. Fans in Hartford saw John Havlicek and Dave Cowens in the 1970s, they caught the Larry Bird-...
  • ASK IRA: Will NBA's 'new money' create free-agency chaos?

    ASK IRA: Will NBA's 'new money' create free-agency chaos?
    Q: I'm a little confused. The new NBA television deal will have an influx of revenue. In 2016, the top NBA players may become available via free agency. But the CBA can't be renegotiated until 2017. So in 2016 teams and players will still be operating...
  • Heat prepared for facing LeBron for the first time

    Heat prepared for facing LeBron for the first time
    Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has yet to think about it. At the moment, his mind is on preparing for this season. No time to wonder what it will be like when the Heat face LeBron James for the first time since his South Florida exit. Even though Saturday'...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality

    Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality
        As he sat in a folding chair just outside of the locker room at AmericanAirlines Arena, Danny Granger surprisingly did not have the look of someone who had been consistently blindsided.     And yet, how could he possibly have seen so much of this...
  • DVR alert: Blackhawks prominent as CSN celebrates anniversary

    DVR alert: Blackhawks prominent as CSN celebrates anniversary
    It has been 10 years since Comcast SportsNet first flipped the switch on Oct. 1, 2004. Since then, the network has documented some of the biggest moments in Chicago sports history. CSN will reflect on its 10-year anniversary Wednesday at 10 p.m. The one-...
  • Perimeter scoring a possibility for Heat's Chris Andersen

    Perimeter scoring a possibility for Heat's Chris Andersen
    The nickname suggests Heat forward Chris Andersen could fly forever. Yet the "Birdman" knows that all things come to an end. He gained fame early in his career with high-flying blocks and powerful dunks, but age has caused a change a mentality. Add...
  • Clippers' Spencer Hawes is passing aggressive

    Clippers' Spencer Hawes is passing aggressive
    The newest resident of Lob City seems to have it all backward. He's 7 feet 1, can dunk almost flat-footed and yet … "I'm a lob thrower more" than a catcher, Spencer Hawes said. The Clippers' forward-center has been that way since begging...
  • Doc Rivers says Ray Allen isn't an option for Clippers roster spot

    Doc Rivers says Ray Allen isn't an option for Clippers roster spot
    Cross veteran sharpshooter Ray Allen off the list of candidates to take the Clippers’ final roster spot. Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said Wednesday that the team’s glut of shooting guards would preclude Allen from joining the team. “...