10-time NBA All-Star Ray Allen is considering coming out of retirement and his representatives have contacted the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.
Ten-time NBA All-Star Ray Allen is considering coming out of retirement and his representatives have contacted the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, according to ESPN.
Allen, who has not played since 2014, is not sure that he wants to return to the game, but would like the opportunity to play for another championship if he does. The 40-year-old would also consider joining the San Antonio Spurs or Los Angeles Clippers.
The Warriors are reportedly unsure if they want to attempt to sign Allen, while interest from the other three teams is not yet known.
Allen is one of the most proficient three-point shooters in NBA history, holding the league record with 2,973 makes, while shooting 40%.
An NBA champion with both the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat, Allen averaged 18.9 points over his career.
The Warriors have already added a huge free-agent this off-season by agreeing to sign Kevin Durant, while the Spurs will sign veteran big man Pau Gasol.
The Cavaliers and Clippers have kept the core of their rosters intact for next season.