Ray Allen has eyes set on a comeback and it could either be in Boston or Milwaukee
Ray Allen, one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, has been out of action for two seasons already.
His last stint was with the Miami Heat as a specialist to compliment their trio of ball dominant stars. Allen played with the possibility of a comeback last season, but nothing materialized.
Given the discipline that he’s widely known for, especially when it comes to his conditioning, it’s no surprise to hear such talks involving Allen. In a recent interview with Dom Amore for Hartford Courant, the former NBA champion is getting closer to a comeback.
I would love going back to those places if it worked out, because both teams are good, too. It doesn’t necessarily have to be championship-or-bust for me to go back to the NBA.
I want to be in a situation where I thought I could help, play a little bit and help where they have good young talent.
Those are good choices for Allen. He won his first title in Boston, while he spent his initial six-and-a-half seasons in Milwaukee. Aside from the sentimental aspect, the basketball part of his options work for him as well as he figures to be a good fit in either Brad Stevens or Jason Kidd’s system.
Either way, it will be a win-win for Ray Allen.