The Warriors roster is looking pretty full right about now, especially with the news that JaVale McGee is getting an invitation to training camp.

It appears unlikely that the Warriors are going to bring Ray Allen aboard, despite the fact that the legendary sharpshooter is seeking a comeback and was interested in joining the Warriors.

Allen hasn’t played since 2014, but is a 2 time NBA champion and a 10 time All Star. Nobody in NBA history has made more 3-point fields than Allen.

At 41 years old, Allen certainly faces an uphill battle to return to the league at his age after his lengthy absence, but he has long been known for his impeccable conditioning. If anybody can do it, it’s him.

Allen has added the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks to his list of teams that he is considering returning to. It’s especially noteworthy because it was previously believed that he was only considering returning to a title contender.

The Celtics and Bucks aren’t realistically championship contenders for next season, but they are both former teams that Allen has played for, and clearly they are organizations he has a lot of respect for.

Along with the Warriors, Allen had been linked to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Clippers, and San Antonio Spurs earlier in the offseason.

Spike Lee is also heavily recruiting Allen to join the New York Knicks. Lee directed Allen in “He Got Game,” and might be the most passionate Knicks fan around.

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