These bros ain’t loyal
LeBron James is headed to Cleveland to be a Cavalier again, and it appears that all his buddies from Miami are trying to join him. Mike Miller, one of Miami’s sharpest shooters during his Heat tenure, has already inked a deal with Cleveland, and today reports of Ray Allen being in negotiations with the team have surfaced.
Ray Allen has been with the Miami Heat for the past 2 seasons, and despite his points per game average being the lowest of his career, his tenure has been far from uneventful. Allen hit the biggest shot of his career in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals after a heroic rebound from Chris Bosh turned into a 3-point opportunity for Allen to tie the game at 95 apiece, which Allen cashed out on in typical Jesus Shuttlesworth fashion.
NBA source tells Globe that Ray Allen is leaning toward returning for 19th season and joining LeBron James with #cavaliers
— gary washburn (@GwashburnGlobe) July 24, 2014