Two-time NBA champion and ten-time NBA All-Star, Ray Allen, 38, is presently mulling over a free agency decision to determine where the former UConn Huskie will compete in the forthcoming NBA 2014-14 season; Allen won an NBA championship with Miami Heat in 2013, with a subsequent losing NBA Finals appearance against San Antonio Spurs in 2014 (Allen claimed his first NBA championship with Boston Celtics in 2008)

Allen – who is the NBA‘s all-time leader in three-point shots made – is rumored to follow suit with four-time NBA Most Valuable Player, LeBron James, 29, in landing a deal with Cleveland Cavaliers; Former Miami Heat Small Forward, James Jones, swiftly followed ‘King James‘ in relocating to Ohio.

The sharpshooting 18-year veteran – known as Jesus Shuttlesworth after starring in Spike Lee‘s ‘He Got Game‘ – is also highly speculated to be contemplating retirement; Allen is currently the second most senior player in the NBA behind Los Angeles Lakers Point Guard and former two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, Steve Nash, 40.

Miami Heat recently resigned Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers in free agency, whilst acquiring two-time NBA All-Star and Great Britain swingman, Luol Deng. Miami Heat also added former Duke Blue Devils and Charlotte Bobcats Power Forward, Josh McRoberts, one-time NBA All-Star, Danny Granger, and NCAA Basketball 2014 champion, Shabazz Napier.






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