Ray Allen: The Boston Celtics’ Quiet Storm for the 2010-11 NBA Season

October 4th, 2010 by Derrick Morris Leave a reply »
The 2009-10 NBA season was one of uncertainty for Ray Allen.

The Boston Celtics guard had a slow start to the season, then trade rumors looming over his head until the deadline hit in February. In fact, it was not until the end of February that Allen started to pick up his game and shoot lights-out like all NBA fans are used to seeing from him.

Allen played well in the playoffs, averaging 16.1 points per game. Despite the few bad games toward the end of the Celtics' title challenge, Allen played pretty well in the playoffs.

But over this offseason, there has been doubt over Allen’s abilities on the court. People have just counted him out because of a few bad games, but, come this season, Allen will prove everyone’s speculation about his game wrong.

Over the summer Allen had a choice to make—whether he was going the leave the Celtics and go to a different team or stay with the Celtics for a few more years and give the NBA title another shot. It's clear he made the right choice to come back to the Celtics, and he is looking to have a bigger impact than he did last season.

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