Found June 10, 2012 on Celtics Life:
Prediction: KG retires, Ray Allen walks (Miami, NY are atop his list, I'm told), Pierce is dangled in a trade. — Chris Mannix (@ChrisMannixSI) June 10, 2012 If KG decides he wants to keep playing, he will be draw HUGE interest in free agency. — Chris Mannix (@ChrisMannixSI) June 10, 2012 Pretty much as I expected, though I'm not sure I agree that KG is retiring. It's like he finally has become a low post center after all these years fighting it and has had a rebirth as a superstar. Why would he walk away at the age of 36? We're not talking Rasheed Wallace who was on his last legs? KG was still dominating. He will get HUGE offers and it will be up to Danny to decide whether to invest in multiple years for KG at the risk of punting our cap space. I know people think I'm being harsh on Ray Allen, but I do believe he's entering the "shell of his former self" stage of his career. He used to be a running, dunking athlete, who you could give the bal...

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