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Golden State Warriors will try to sign the legendary three-point shooter


The latest NBA rumors circulating suggest that veteran shooting guard, Ray Allen, will become a Warrior soon. The 40-year-old legendary three-point shooter, who averaged 18.9 points over his entire career as a 10-time All-Star player is reportedly considering making a return to the NBA to join the Warriors.

If he decides to make a comeback, the Warriors will try to sign him, before LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers.

They already have the top three-point shooters Klay Thompson and Steph Curry on their roster. With Kevin Durant, they probably have one of the best offense in the history of NBA, but they will try to have a little more strength in numbers with Ray "The Grandfather of Splash" Allen.

How many three-point field goals we'll see during the game? More than two points, I guess?

Ray Allen - Stephen Curry

Ray Allen has 2973 three-pointers, Steph Curry has 1593, Kevin Durant has 1143 and Klay Thompson has 1060 so far. We could have players with 6769 three-pointers on the court almost every night. And we saw that Draymond Green also could score from the downtown. Who can stop them? Who can play against them?

Wow, this is a crazy off-season and I only see that we'll watch back-to-back-to-back NBA Finals 2017 with Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Just imagine the starting lineups: Steph Curry, Ray Allen, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green against Kyrie Irving, JR Smith (?), LeBron James, Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson.

Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: 1-1 in the NBA Finals so far.

We could watch many NBA Finals in the next few years against them. Just to remind you that Larry Bird and Magic Johnson were played three NBA Finals against each other.

Kobe Bryant played two times against Paul Pierce. LeBron James played three times against Tim Duncan. Michael Jordan played two times against Karl Malone.

From Bird and Magic era until now (33 NBA seasons, we watched five times Boston Celtics against Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals.

Could LeBron James and Stephen Curry beat that record? They already played back-to-back and with the superstars around them, we could watch them in the next 3 years without a problem in the NBA Finals.

I'm sure in one thing. Finally, we have the NBA Rivalries: Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.


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