10 Teams That Are Ideal Landing Spots for Ray Allen to Finish NBA Career

July 29th, 2014 by Jim Cavan Leave a reply »
As Ray Allen continues to mull his near-future fate, two outcomes seem most likely: Either he hangs up the Chucks for good, or he signs for one last go-round with a contender—specifically, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

If only the NBA were that predictable.

Even at 39 years old, Allen’s particular skill set (in short: shooting the lights out of the gym) is one that can likely bear at least one or two more years of high-level ball.

Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe has reported Allen is “leaning toward” joining James in Cleveland.

What's more, some of his former teammates are hot on his trail. In a recent interview with ESPN's The Herd (via ESPN.com), Miller all but admitted he and others were attempting to recruit the NBA's all-time leading three-point shooter:

Miller, who agreed to join his good friend James and sign with the Cavs earlier this week, responded "of course," when asked on "The Herd" if he was pitching the Cavs to Allen. 

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