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Ray Allen returns from illness on Friday - Ray Allen (G) Miami Heat

Ray Allen returned to action following a recent illness, scoring 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting (including two threes) with three boards and two steals in 28 minutes.

Heat's Ray Allen back after family hit by virus

His routine is so precise and predictable he earned the nickname "Everyday Ray."

Dwyane Wade to miss 4th straight game with strained hamstring; Ray Allen returns

Dwyane Wade is getting better, but still is not ready to rejoin the Heat. Wade will miss his fourth game in a row because of a strained left hamstring when Miami hosts Milwaukee tonight (7:30 p.m., Sun Sports), matching his most prolonged absence of the season. This will be his 22nd missed game this year. Wade suffered the injury late in last Wednesday’s game at Indiana and has not been able to fully practice since then. Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said he is improving gradually. Toney Douglas will start for him tonight. The Heat will get Ray Allen back in the lineup after he missed four...

Heat's Ray Allen returns but Wade, Oden to sit vs. Bucks

At least one of the Miami Heat’s ailing players is expected back in the lineup.

Chalmers, Allen, Oden out for Heat vs. Pistons

The Miami Heat will be without guards Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen, as well as without center Greg Oden for Friday night's game against the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Ray Allen remains ill; Dwyane Wade questionable at Detroit

It might be a while before the Heat get Ray Allen back. Allen is still ailing from a stomach virus and remains in South Florida as the team prepares to play at Detroit tonight (7:30 p.m., Sun Sports) and visit Milwaukee on Saturday. “He’s feeling moderately better, not even a lot better, so he’s starting to regain his strength but he’s nowhere near ready to play in a basketball game,” coach Erik Spoelstra said after this morning’s shootaround. “He really got wiped out. The entire Allen family was hit with a tough, tough bug.” Spoelstra also said the prospect of Allen coming...

Ray Allen out vs. Pacers, Dwyane Wade returns

Amid his most productive stretch of the season, guard Ray Allen has been sidelined by the flu, remaining behind in Miami for Wednesday night's game against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Miami Herald Mar 26, 2014

Heat's Allen doubtful vs. Pacers

Miami Heat guard Ray Allen is not expected to play in Wednesdays game against the Indiana Pacers due to a stomach virus.

Dwyane Wade (ankle) should play at Indiana; Ray Allen (virus) out

The Heat go into tonight’s game at Indiana, a battle for the top seed in the Eastern Conference, with the Big Three intact. However, they will go without key reserve Ray Allen. Dwyane Wade was out the last two games with a strained Achilles tendon in his left foot, but went through the shootaround at Bankers Life Fieldhouse this morning and is expected to be in the lineup against the Pacers (8 p.m., ESPN). In two games vs. Indiana this year, Wade averaged 24.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and three steals while shooting 21 for 39 from the field. Allen has a stomach virus and did not...
Heat Index | ESPN Mar 22, 2014

Youthful Allen provides much-needed boost

MIAMI -- Of course a rugged, painful, Memphis-special type of game would be sealed in an uncontested, two-handed dunk from Ray Allen. It makes as much sense as a team seemingly stuck in quicksand in its quest for a third straight championship relying on a rejuvenated 38-year-old for a burst of life. But that’s exactly how this Miami Heat-Memphis Grizzlies 91-86 slugfest effectively ended, with Allen shaking free and catching a long inbound pass from Dwyane Wade that left Allen free for the rare, flashy finish and a four-point Heat lead in the final seconds.
Miami Herald Mar 22, 2014
LeBron James’ late three-pointer, Ray Allen’s 18 points helps Heat beat Grizzlies

LeBron James’ late three-pointer, Ray Allen’s 18 points helps Heat beat Grizzlies

In a physical contest, the Heat finished strong and got a much-needed victory against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Ray Allen scores 18, sparks comeback in Heat's win over Grizzlies

Ray Allen scores 18, sparks comeback in Heat's win over Grizzlies

Ray Allen sparked a comeback as Miami overcame a seven-point deficit with just over four minutes remaning, leading the Heat to 11 unanswered points and a 91-86 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Celtics Today Mar 20, 2014
Ray Allen's one and only trip to Boston this season results in a loss

Ray Allen's one and only trip to Boston this season results in a loss

Ray Allen is still a hard subject to talk about sometimes. I had a certain love for Ray Allen's game. I'm a sucker for shooters, and Ray Allen's craft was one that I enjoyed. One of the hot buttons in the Celtics world is if Ray Allen should have his number retired. I have a simple, and quick response to that.. The answer is no, and the reason is simple. Ray Allen tossed his chance away when he bounced down south. Jay King Mass Live "It’s not something that I worry about,” he said before scoring 14 points in a 101-96 Miami loss to Boston. “When I think about it – I just signed a...
CelticsBlog Mar 20, 2014

Garden Report: Rajon Rondo Gets Near Triple-Double, Bradley Rains Threes and Ray Allen in the Rafters?

On The Garden Report: Celtics Post Game Show, the crew breaks down Rondo's near triple-double and discusses the possibility of Ray Allen's number 20 hanging in the rafters.
Boston Herald Mar 20, 2014
Celtics Notebook: Ray Allen has never lost his love for Boston

Celtics Notebook: Ray Allen has never lost his love for Boston

Ray Allen received the ultimate sweet-and-sour parlay when he returned to the Garden as a member of the Miami Heat last season.On Jan. 27, the prodigal Celtic was feted with what has become the standard Jumbotron tribute. On March 18, the guard was booed every time he touched the ball.

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