Found July 02, 2013 on The NBA Passionista:
As was noted on Monday, multiple teams are seeking free agent Tony Allen - elite perimeter defender – in the even Memphis isn’t the spot for Allen next season. There’s been reported rumors that the Clippers organization was interested in him with Doc Rivers as the new head coach, but it was reported Monday evening that Denver, [...]The post Report: Many suitors for Tony Allen; Milwaukee Bucks, Denver Nuggets, Memphis most involved appeared first on The NBA Passionista .
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