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Latest On Ray Allen

Ray Allen still won’t rule out signing with a team, but he doesn’t appear close to doing so, more than a year after last having suited up in the NBA. Allen has no plans to sign with any team, TNT’s David Aldridge heard last week, as he writes in his Morning Tip column for, but the NBA’s all-time leading three-point shot maker insisted to media this weekend at a camp in Connecticut that he’s not ready to retire, as Dom Amore of The Hartford Courant relays.

“I haven’t said anything about that and I won’t officially retire,” Allen said. “Because if something came to the table, contractually and situational-ly, I want to be able to take a strong look at it. I don’t want to be that guy that says he’s retiring and then is coming back.”

The 40-year-old is in playing shape, Amore writes, but Allen said the only time he missed basketball this past season was when he watched the Finals between the Warriors and the Cavs, two of the many teams that reportedly had interest in signing him during 2014/15. The Jim Tanner client also expressed that he would be comfortable with his body of work to this point if he does retire, saying that he likes “the feeling of knowing I don’t have to beat myself into the ground,” as Amore chronicles.

The specter of Allen’s free agency lingered for most of this past season until he said in early March that he wouldn’t play and would take the spring and the offseason to decide whether to return to the NBA for the 2015/16 season. He had received serious interest from 14 teams during 2014/15, a source told Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports around the time of Allen’s March announcement, but the market for him is unclear at this point. The Cavs were most often linked to him, but interest from both sides appeared to have faded by shortly after the February trade deadline.

Do you think Ray Allen will play again in the NBA? Leave a comment to let us know.

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10 thoughts on “Latest On Ray Allen

  1. Daniel

    Yes Allen will be back this year but he wont.go to golden state or Cleveland because those two teams are fine where they are at. Maybe the mavericks can get Allen. Who knows Dallas could use a backup SG for Wes Matthews

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    • earl white

      Dallas needs him a must sign r Allen an Jason terry all the training camp invites will be gone soon mabey with a package with Felton that’s why there signed for 3year deals

  2. Jeremy

    IF (huge if) Ray Allen plays in the NBA in 2015-16.. it will be a Roger Clemens like deal with the Miami Heat. Something along the lines of only going on the road trips he wants, while remaining with his family here in Miami whenever he feels like it. Only the Heat could offer home comfort / a title contending team. I don’t see it happening at all though.

  3. spurskid27

    If ray allen wants to win another ring he should really consider the spurs. They can use another shooter that can spread the floor, and create for others and pop can manage his minutes better then any other coach!! Hope to see him in a spurs jersey.#spursnation#gsg

  4. papi1emc

    Honestly think Ray is who the Knicks might sign. Norris Cole would be the best way to throw you off and then drop the bomb on you. And you know Ray Allen would be a locker room leader…

  5. jesus

    Yes I he still can play

  6. Steven

    Ray should sign with the Heat! He would give them a much needed shooter and balance the team out perfectly. That would make for a very interesting season.

  7. Naw he is going with Doc once Clips trade Jamal Crawford

  8. Fernando

    Yes he will return to miami heat

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