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At Miami Heat media day, Ray Allen was told about Kevin Garnett saying that he no longer had Ray's phone number. His reply was classy, as Ray always is with the media. From the Heat's beat reporter Ira Winderman: Ray Allen, on Garnett saying he lost Allen's number, "That's a shame. I'm a good person to talk to on the phone." sulia.com/c/miami-heat/f… — Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) September 29, 2012 More Ray Allen on Kevin Garnett, "We're friends, regardless of what happened."sulia.com/c/miami-heat/f… — Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) September 29, 2012 Reporter Chris Tomasson posted that Ray Allen mentioned that even if he was still in Boston, he probably wouldn't have talked to KG much over the summer months anyways: “Even if I was still there, I probably wouldn’t talk to him much over the summer,'' Allen said. "We’re friends regardless of what happened. I’m on another team. I think that’s the focus right for me ...
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