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Ray Allen Can’t Decide Between Heat or Celtics

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, July 6th, 2012
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If you are Ray Allen what are you thinking right now?

The Celtics had the Heat on the brink of elimination and have added more pieces to the puzzle but on the flip side the Heat are the champions and his addition would make them even a bigger favorite next year.

Jesus is having a hard time making a decision no matter what the Fake Twitter accounts say.

Brian Windhorst of ESPN reports that Allen remains undecided.

Allen had an afternoon meeting with Heat president Pat Riley and coach Erik Spoelstra and then went to dinner with them and other members of the team’s front office. The Heat offered Allen their mid-level exception, which starts at $3.09 million per season– or half of the Celtics’ offer of $6 million per year over two years…

The Celtics, sources said, have their own plan for incorporating Allen into a different role that includes playing him alongside Jason Terry, who committed to sign with the Celtics earlier this week. The Boston Herald reported that Boston also has offered to include a no-trade clause in Allen’s contract, something the Heat cannot offer.

More money and a no trade clause?

What would you do if you were Ray Allen?

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  1. Nicholas Finch says:

    Take the money. Ray Allen already has a ring. He’s 37 and nobody is going to pay him $6 million a year after basketball. Take the money. I’ll say it one more time. Take the money.

  2. Celeb says:

    Had the Heat on the brink? Lol. Without Chris Bosh for 4 games? Did the 8 seed Sixers have the Celts against the ropes? They went 7 games… Ha.

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