Ray Allen, one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, is considering making a comeback, according to league sources. Allen’s representatives reached out to the Golden State Warriors recently about the possibility of Allen joining the Western Conference champions.
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 so in addition to the Warriors, he would consider joining the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers, sources said.
The representatives of the future Hall-of-Fame sharpshooter Ray Allen has reached out to the Cleveland Cavaliers to inform the champs that his client is anticipating a return to basketball after a two-year hiatus, league sources informed cleveland.com. The interest is mutual, a league source said.
Allen, who turns 41 on July 20, has also contacted the Golden State Warriors and would listen to the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs, a league source confirms. The 18-year-veteran hasn’t completely come around to continuing his career.