(Video) NBA: First Allen Iverson Now LeBron James Passes Ray Allen on All-Time Scoring List

LeBron James was extremely proud and honored to pass Allen Iverson on the NBA’s all-time scoring list and now he passed one of his former teammates and one of the NBA’s best sharp shooters.


NBA Report: LeBron James Met With Ray Allen in Miami To Try & Convince Him to Join the Cavs

We’re almost at the half way mark of the season and everyone is still waiting on Ray Allen’s decision; will he sign with one of the NBA’s championship contenders or will he retire?  It was assumed that he would rejoin his old teammate LeBron James on the Cleveland Cavaliers but they struggled quite a bit especially with James on the sideline with a knee injury.  While James was in Miami rehabbing that injury, he decided to pay his old friend Allen a visit and try to coax him into joining him.


NBA: Report, Ray Allen May Join Paul Pierce With Washington Wizards

Ray Allen has not retired, although he hasn’t shown a strong interest in seeking out a spot on a team either. It’s not that multiple team don’t want him, they do! He is the one playing a bit of a cat and mouse game. The strongest and most sensible move we keep hearing may happen is Ray linking back up with Lebron in Cleveland. Now a new story claims he may link back up with an old teammate, but Paul Pierce instead.


NBA: Ray Allen Reportedly Considering Retirement

Ray Allen is one of the most sought after guards this season, with veteran leadership and a lethal three point shot, he would serve as a strong asset to any team. Many reports are indicating that Allen is thinking about retiring. Hit the jump for details.


NBA: Add the Clippers & Grizzlies So Basically the Entire League is After Ray Allen

The longer Ray Allen takes to make a decision, the more teams throw their names into the hat.  The Cleveland Cavaliers were the leaders to land the sharpshooter but now he has several options.  The Golden State Warriors made the most buzz when they announced they contacted Allen and now there’s another two well-playing Western Conference teams that are interested, the Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers


NBA: This Would Be Unfair!!! Golden State Warriors Reach Out to Ray Allen!

It’s been expected that Ray Allen will follow some of his former Miami Heat teammates and sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers, joining the trio of LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving.  Allen hasn’t made his decision yet but another very interesting team has joined in on the quest to land the sharpshooter.  Apparently the Golden State Warriors reach out to Ray Allen to see his interest.


NBA: Nick Young Says He’s the Best Three-Point Shooter, Check Out the Rest of His Top 5

Nick Young made his season debut on Tuesday night and brought all of his swag with him, scoring 17 points and making 2-of-4 3-pointers.  He was feeling pretty good and confident in himself, maybe a little too confident but hey his nickname is Swaggy P for a reason.  Not only did he say the Lakers won because his swag rubbed off on everybody, he also said he’s the best three-point shooter of all time.  Check out the rest of his list.


NBA: 6 Teams Contacted Ray Allen Including Wizards, Spurs & Thunder

There was a previous report that Ray Allen had agreed to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers but it turns out it was another premature report.  Allen has still not decided whether he wants to retire or try to make a run at another championship ring.  Well if Allen does decide to return he definitely isn’t short on suitors.


NBA: Dwyane Wade Responds to Ray Allen Going to Cavs & Says They’re Trying To Duplicate Miami

Though it’s not official yet, there are numerous reports that Ray Allen will sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.  That would team him up with LeBron James, Mike Miller and James Jones who were all apart of the Miami Heat team that won the NBA Championship in 2012.  With LeBron leading the charge and everyone following along, Dwyane Wade says they’re trying to recreate that championship team.


NBA Report: Ray Allen To Sign With the Cleveland Cavaliers

It looks like LeBron James has gotten yet another teammate to follow him to Cleveland.  In addition to Mike Miller and James Jones, Ray Allen has reportedly agreed to forego retirement and join the Cleveland Cavaliers.


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