I'm ready to move on from Ray Allen's back stabbing move to Miami. I've moved on pretty much, that's until I see Ray Allen nailing a three, and celebrating on the sideline with LeBron James. I'm ready for this story to end, so Ray Allen can go run for office.
From Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe:
“I guess everything [is factored into the decision],” he said Thursday before the Heat lost to the Spurs, 107-86, in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. “You get away from it, you sit down and get an opportunity to think about it. It depends on how my body feels. I love the condition I’ve been in over the last couple of years. It’s just a natural progression.”
“I don’t look at this as an age thing for me, it’s never been an age thing,” said Allen, who was averaging 9.6 points in the playoffs entering Game 4. “I always laugh because I see the birthdates of the some of the younger guys. They’re born in the ’90s. In the ’90s! I was kicking it hard in the ’90s.