On Saturday, the Hartford Courant reported that still unretired guard Ray Allen has talked to the Milwaukee Bucks about a comeback.
A source confirmed to SST that Allen has indeed talked to the Bucks, as he met with the team in Milwaukee earlier in the summer. Details of the meeting were not disclosed.
A two-time NBA Champion, 10-time All-Star, and all-time three-point scorer in NBA history has been linked to the Celtics, Warriors, Knicks, Clippers, Spurs, and Cavaliers as well.
“I would love going back to those places if it worked out,” Allen said of the Bucks and Celtics to the Hartford Courant, “because both teams are good, too. It doesn’t necessarily have to be championship-or-bust for me to go back to the NBA.”
Allen, 41, was drafted by the Bucks 5th overall in the 1996 NBA Draft. During his seven seasons in Milwaukee, Allen averaged 19.6 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game.
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