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No one is doubting that Ray Allen can shoot a basketball, but some are wondering if his best days are behind him. Last season he averaged his lowest point production since his rookie season, but his three-point percentage was the highest that it has ever been.
Playing next to LeBron James will get Allen open looks, but he is leaving one of the best point guards in the game, Rajon Rondo, to join the Heat.
Allen was unhappy about starting on the bench at times behind Avery Bradley last season, so it should be interesting to see where the Heat place Allen.
He may have lost a step or two, but knowing Allen's conditioning and work ethic, it would be no surprise to see him return to a high level of play and take home the NBA's Sixth-Man of the Year.