Found June 20, 2013 on Word On The Game:
PLAYERS: Ray Allen
TEAMS: Miami HeatBoston Celtics
The last time Miami Heat guard Ray Allen found himself in a winner take all game 7 for the NBA title, he was a member of the Boston Celtics in 2010. The Celtics were up 3-2 heading back to Los Angeles before allowing the Lakers to win the final 2 games to secure the NBA [...]
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  • If they took the game to lightly he was on the team with them..he has lot to say now that he's with the heat. Still like ray as a Celtic not as a heat player.

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