The Short: Warriors have interest in Ray Allen [report]
Kevin Willis is the oldest player to suit up in the modern day NBA.
The Long: Kevin Willis is the oldest player to suit up in the modern day NBA.
Of course, Allen is the NBA’s all-time leading three-point shooter, having made 2,973 in his 19-year career.
It’s also incredible how much the league has shifted two seasons into Allen’s retirement.
The three-point shot has taken over the NBA like a forest fire, largely in part to the Warriors.
Andre Iguodala is a capable shooter off the bench, but you don’t want that to be his main duty on offense.
Latest Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Ray Allen
The Short: Latest Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Ray Allen
As the Golden State Warriors look to stockpile their bench with low-cost veterans after landing Kevin Durant on Monday, they've zeroed in on bringing Ray Allen back to the NBA.
The Long: As the Golden State Warriors look to stockpile their bench with low-cost veterans after landing Kevin Durant on Monday, they've zeroed in on bringing Ray Allen back to the NBA.
Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reported Tuesday that Allen is on a list of potential targets with point guard Mario Chalmers and center Kendrick Perkins.
The Warriors' interest in bringing the future Hall of Famer aboard is not new.
The Heat also had an offer on the table for Allen this past season, but he did not bite, per the Miami Herald's Ethan J.
By all accounts, here is the the greatest three-point shooter in NBA history playing with the man who has arguably already replaced him (Curry) as part of the best shooting backcourt the game has ever seen.
Walter Ray Allen, Jr. is an American professional basketball player who is currently a free agent. He has previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle SuperSonics, Boston Celtics and Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association.