- "I write to you as a man who is completely at peace with himself."
After learning that Ray Allen was not interested in playing with the Cleveland Cavaliers IF he returned this season, it became more likely that he wouldn't be playing at all. Today, the man who LeBron recently passed on the all-time scoring list has announced that he won't be playing in the 2014-15 season.
"Over the past several months, I have taken a lot of time to deliberate what is best for me," Allen said. "I’ve ultimately decided that I will not play this NBA season."
The NBA is back! And last night, there was plenty of heat that had the sneakerheads talking. Twitter was a buzz with people who either loved or hated Ray Allen's "Two Rings" Jordan 11 PE.
NBA 2K14 continue to impress with their Next Gen footage. They already released the life-like "OMG" trailer which gave a look at the Next Gen on Playstation 4, and now they release stills of players to show the resemblance to the real-life players, and the resemblance in some cases is uncanny.
One of the greatest basketball players of all-time was nearly the star of one of the greatest basketball movies of all-time, as Kobe Bryant reveals he passed on "He Got Game."
Originally, the movie was based on the exploits of Coney Island's Finest, Stephon Marbury, and Spike Lee had asked him to play the lead role of Jesus Shuttlesworth. a few actors tried out for the part as well, but Lee was determined to have a real-life basketball star. Eventually it came down to Ray Allen, and Travis Best (who went on to play Allen's teammate), and we all know Ray "became" Jesus.