Ray Allen, who won two NBA titles during his future Hall of Fame career, has interest in returning to the Association and, according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard, the greatest three-point shooter the league has ever seen wants to play for the Golden State Warriors.
Allen’s representatives recently reached out to the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, sources told ESPN, about the possibility of Allen joining the two conference champions.
The Warriors are unsure whether they want to pursue the future Hall of Famer, sources said. Allen’s contact with the Cavs was first reported by Cleveland.com.
Allen, who will turn 41 on July 20, is also not absolutely sure he wants to return after sitting out the past two seasons. But he is intrigued by the possibility of playing for another championship, and in addition to the Warriors and Cavs, he would consider joining the San Antonio Spurs andLos Angeles Clippers, sources said.
The 41-year-old Allen was always respected for being one of the most in-shape athletes, putting in extreme work to stay in shape, so there probably aren’t too many question marks with where he’s at physically.
After adding a former league MVP, Kevin Durant, to a lineup that boasts a two-time MVP, Steph Curry, and former/current All-Stars Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala, having the most lethal three-point shooter coming off the bench as a sixth man would be straight-up dirty of the Dubs.