NBA: Ray Allen Officially Announce His Retirement in Professional Basketball

On November 1, 2016, former NBA superstar and one of the most accurate 3 point shooter of all time Ray Allen finally announced his retirement in NBA professional basketball.

He wrote a letter on The Player’s Tribune, where he address his younger version of 13 year old Ray Allen.

The 41 year old Ray Allen has been reported of mulling a comeback in this year 2016-2017 NBA Season after deciding to take a timeout in basketball after a heartbreaking loss in the 2014-2015 NBA Finals against San Antonio Spurs where he last play with the Miami Heat.

Rumors circulates that Allen wants to reunite with his former team Milwaukee Bucks where he start his NBA career and Boston Celtics where he had his very first NBA Championship. Other teams also shows interest of having Allen, Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are part of those team who want the service of Ray Allen.

A known friend and former teammates LeBron James in Miami Heat invited Allen of joining him in Cleveland Cavaliers but rumors ended when the 2016 -2017 NBA Season Start. With several games has already played the rumors of Allen coming back in the professional basketball finally ended yesterday.

Ray Allen legacy will always be remember as one of the greatest shooters in NBA, currently he hold the most 3 points shot made in NBA History with 2,973 followed by another hall of famer Reggie Miller with 2560 while the so called greatest shooter of today 2 time MVP and GSW point guard Stephen Curry has 1,605 and currently rank at #19 of all time.

Allen is also a two time NBA Champion with Boston Celtics in 2008 and Miami Heat in 2013. He played four teams in his entire NBA career Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle Supersonics, Boston Celtics and lastly Miami Heat