Ray Allen expected to make decision on return after All-Star break

Ray Allen

Ray Allen

Ray Allen expected to make decision on return after All-Star break

It looks like Danny Ainge was right about his Ray Allen prediction.

Allen, 39, has been on the fence about retirement or coming back for a last run. His first instinct was to tag along with LeBron James to Cleveland, but he now practically has every relevant NBA team as an option. 

ESPN Radio’s Ryen Russillo says a decision from Allen should come soon and adds another to the list:

So make it the Cavs, Hawks, Clippers, Spurs, Bulls, Bucks, Wizards, Warriors, as reported teams interested in the services of the best three-point shooter of all time. Will he stay home? Or try to help another team capture a title.

Allen recently posted this via Instagram, appearing to be staying in shape:

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