As of this January, NBA great Ray Allen was still declining offers to make a return to the NBA. The league leader in three-pointers made all-time won a pair of titles with the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat, and it appeared he was content to leave the game on top.

However, a report came out yesterday stating that the Golden State Warriors have been lobbying for Allen to return to the game. Now, even more evidence has surfaced.

According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, Allen is considering a comeback and his representatives have been in contact with Golden State.

Ray's return is far from a foregone conclusion. Broussard reports that the Warriors aren't totally sure if they want to sign Allen, and Ray himself isn't completely confident in coming back to the NBA after two years off.

The 41-year old is obviously intrigued by the idea of competing for another title alongside fellow sharp shooters Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Kevin Durant by the Bay, but Broussard says he'd also consider deals with the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, and Los Angeles Clippers.

The 10-time All-Star has apparently kept his body in great shape, so don't be surprised if he takes one more shot at a third title this upcoming season. At the very least, he can extend his record for all-time three-pointers a little further before Curry ultimately surpasses him (Steph's on pace to do so quite quickly).

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