By Timothy Downs @Tidow1212 on June 7, 2014
Although he is immersed in an NBA final series currently, it is never too early to speculate where Miami Heat veteran, Ray Allen could or should end up next season. At this point in his career, he only cares about winning championships, and the following five squads make for interesting potential landing spots in free agency.
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A reunion with former Boston Celtics teammates Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett could end up being an interesting opportunity for Allen despite his rocky relationship with the duo. They did win a championship together as a trio and would make for a solid veteran presence for the Nets.
Despite not being able to make it out of the first round of the playoffs this season, many in the Rockets' organization feel they are only a player or two away from making a title run. Allen would provide them with an outside shooting presence off the bench and could only be a positive force in efforts to get their roster to gel.
The Oklahoma City Thunder undoubtedly have one of the most talented rosters in the NBA led by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. Adding Allen for his leadership alone could help OKC finally win the championship many in the game expect from them soon.
If anyone understands the value of having a sharpshooter from the outside, it is new Golden State Warriors coach, Steve Kerr, who himself was one with the Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls. Allen would not need to give the Warriors a ton of minutes, yet would make for a nice scoring option from three to go with Steph Curry.
After a scandal and a second-round playoff departure, the Los Angeles Clippers are hoping for a productive offseason. Reuniting with former Celtics coach Doc Rivers is not out of the question for Allen, who would help a ton considering they do not have an abundance of good outside shooters.
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