Watch Paul Pierce vs Ray Allen Battle, Still Got the Skills!

Paul Pierce and Ray Allen are champion teammates in Boston back in 2008. It was all well and good with the rest of the Celtics roster until Ray Allen decided to join LeBron in Miami.
Recently, the two players reconnected and may have ended their long beef off the court as the two have been seen together in a picture posted by Pierce on Instagram on Sunday.
Their beef may have been gone but their competitive spirit is still there as the two former Celtic showed off their shooting skills in front of thousands of Chinese spectators in a celebrity game.

Watch Paul Pierce and Ray Allen play basketball against each other. 

Paul Pierce 34 points/10 rebounds vs Ray Allen 24 points/15 rebounds

NBA Star Ray Allen is in the Philippines!!! Is He Joining LeBron on Saturday?!

Ray Allen Shows up in Manila

Guess who’s in the Philippines?
One of the best pure shooters in the NBA and a member of the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat Championship teams is now in the Philippines and it surprised us all.
We know that LeBron James is coming but no one told us that his teammate will be here, too!
Ray Allen now at 42 years old just came from Hong Kong and now is in Manila and it got us all excited when he posted a photo on Instagram to confirm that he is indeed in the city.
Ray Allen was one of the vital players of the two championship teams  he played for.  The 10-time All- Star has played for a total of four teams in his career.  Although he was drafted by the Timberwolves at 5th pick overall, he didn’t play for them as he was drafted right after the selection to Milwaukee Bucks. He later played for the Seattle Supersonics then with the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat where he won his two championships.
We certainly welcome Ray Allen in Manila and we do hope to see him around!


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The ’96 Draft Class Concluded Ray Allen Officially Retires

Today, Ray Allen officially retires from NBA. Check out his Letter to his 13 year old self at Player’s Tribune . He was basically been retired for two years though.

Allen was the fifth pick of the 1996 NBA Draft. He has two championships (Celtics and Heat) and multiple All-star appearances. He is an all-time leader in 3-pointers in NBA history. In the Olympics, he has a gold medal as well.

Thank you for 18 years GOAT shooter.

Here’s a portion of Ray Allen’s Letter to my younger self….

The hell you experience when you get off that bus will be temporary. Basketball will take you far away from that school yard. You will become far more than just a basketball player. You’ll get to act in movies. You’ll travel the world. You will become a husband, and the father of five amazing children.

Now, the most important question in your life isn’t, “Who am I supposed to be?” or even, “What do I have to do to win another championship?”

It’s, “Daddy, guess what happened in math class today?”

That’s the reward that awaits you at the end of your journey.

Go to the court. Stay at the court.

Get your work in, young fella.

Most people will never really get to know the real you. But they’ll know your work.

Where is Ray Allen? – The Question that everybody has in their mind up until now that needs to be answered

(Artwork by Sean Curate)

It has been almost two years now, since Ray Allen last played in the league. It is still a mystery for most of the NBA fans. All of them have one question in mind. Where is Ray Allen?

The last appearance of  Allen was back when the Heat lost their championship run last 2014 against the Spurs. 
After that, Allen was nowhere to be seen.

Ray Allen has passed on multiple offers to return to the Heat, sources told the Miami Herald.
The Heat has reached out “multiple times through multiple channels to Allen,” and in addition 
to having a “standing offer” to return since the 2014 offseason, Miami “made additional overtures as recently as this summer.” Despite keeping himself in excellent shape, it’s hard to see the 40-year-old returning to the NBA after sitting out the last year.
Before the 2015-2016 season started, a statement was released by Allen. “Over the past several months, I have taken a lot of time to deliberate what is best for me,” Allen said in a statement released by his agent. “I’ve ultimately decided that I will not play this NBA season. I’m going to take the remainder of this season, as well as the upcoming off-season, to reassess my situation, spend time with my family and determine if I will play in the 2015-16 season.”

It was previously reported that despite not playing the entire season last year, future Hall of Famer Ray Allen has yet to formalize his retirement.
According to, Allen spoke about his hiatus  and his possible retirement. “I haven’t said anything about that and I won’t officially retire,” Allen said. “Because if something came to the table, contractually and situational-ly, I want to be able to take a strong look at it. I don’t want to be that guy that says he’s retiring and then is coming back.”
There’s even a rumor that Allen may be coming back to the NBA and a possible reunion could occur. As per, the Los Angeles Clippers are still in pursuit of the sharpshooting guard.
If head coach Doc Rivers can convince the retired player to comeback, it would be a mini-reunion of the 2008 Boston Celtics championship team with Rivers as the coach and Finals Most Valuable Player Paul Pierce in the roster.
Allen has been gone for two seasons, but one thing’s for sure. As long as he doesn’t decide to call it quits, there’s still a ray of hope that Jesus Shuttlesworth will be back in the league. All we have to do is, just wait for his comeback.

Boston Celtics: What to expect?

The aging Boston Celtics may not be as athletic as other teams but they still got the heart and the Boston pride to make one final run this season. Sticking with their 3 veterans Paul Pierce, Ray Allen and Kevin Garnet, The Boston Celtics is still prime to compete against the best team in the NBA and a shorter season may just be what they need to make it happen. Check out this video

Boston Celtics: What to expect?

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Pierce, Allen lead Celtics to 3-0 lead over Knicks

By BRIAN MAHONEY, AP Basketball Writer
NEW YORK – No fantastic finish needed for the Boston Celtics this time.
They simply spoiled Madison Square Garden’s postseason homecoming party right from the start.
Paul Pierce scored 38 points, Ray Allen added 32, and Rajon Rondo had a Celtics’ playoff-record 20 assists as Boston beat the New York Knicks 113-96 on Friday night to take a 3-0 in their first-round playoff series.

Rondo had 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Celtics, who pulled out two close games in Boston but never trailed in this one, dominating the first playoff game at Madison Square Garden in seven years. They will go for the sweep Sunday afternoon, and no NBA team has ever lost a series after winning the first three games.
After winning the two games in Boston despite trailing in the final half-minute of both, the Celtics scored the first nine points of this one and never really let it get much closer.
Carmelo Anthony had 15 points and 11 rebounds but shot 4 for 16 for the Knicks, who were hosting a playoff game for the first time in seven years. But the Celtics left the fans little to cheer about, and the Knicks were even booed as they walked off the court trailing by 23 points after three quarters.
Exactly 10 years to the day since their last home playoff victory, the Knicks were outclassed in the same way they have been so many times in their forgettable decade since.
With Chauncey Billups sidelined again with a knee injury, Amare Stoudemire limited by his back spasms and Anthony unable to duplicate his 42-point performance from Game 2, the Knicks lacked the firepower to match the defending Eastern Conference champions.
Stoudemire was just 2 for 8 for seven points.
Allen, who made the go-ahead 3-pointer in the Celtics’ 87-85 victory in Game 1, was 8 for 11 behind the arc and is a sizzling 15 for 20 in the series. Pierce was 6 of 8 from 3-point range as Rondo continuously set up his two All-Star wing players for open shots.
A sellout crowd filled with celebrities and fans starving to see postseason success could do nothing but admire the execution of the Celtics in an impressive performance after believing they played poorly in the first two games. They matched the 3-0 lead of Miami, moving closer to an expected second-round showdown.
Many fans wore orange shirts or waved orange towels. But the Celtics, who came within one win of an NBA title last season despite having home-court advantage in only one round, shook off the sounds as easily as they swatted away the Knicks.
“If you really want to bother us, tell no one to come. Then that’ll freak us out,” Boston coach Doc Rivers said before the game.
Instead, many of the fans just left early.
Stoudemire, who missed the second half of Tuesday’s game, won the opening tip but struggled early. He way overshot the basket on his first attempt, missed badly on his next one and was 0 for 3 in the opening period.
He warmed up for the second half with a large pad attached to his back, but by then it wouldn’t even had mattered if he played well.
The Celtics quickly scored the first nine points of the game before struggling Landry Fields got the Knicks on the board with a jumper more than 3 minutes in. Pierce later nailed a 3-pointer to start a 10-0 run that made it 22-5 and Boston turned away every New York rally.
NOTES: Shaquille O’Neal sat on Boston’s bench, showing he’s closer to returning from a right calf injury by making the trip to New York. Rivers said O’Neal is working hard but doesn’t know if he’ll be available for Game 4. … Pierce tied Tom Heinsohn for 13th place on Boston’s career list with his 104th playoff game. He will tie K.C. Jones for 12th on Sunday and could move into the top 10 during this postseason.
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