Ray was traded again, this time on June 28, 2007 during the 2007 NBA Draft, from the Seattle SuperSonics to the Boston Celtics for Wally Szczerbiak, Delonte West and the Number 5 overall pick.
Ray scored a career high 54 points on January 12, 2007, going 17-32 from the field, 12-12 at the line and 8-12 from 3-point range in a 122-114 overtime victory over the Jazz.
His favorite movie is Schindler's List.
Ray is a part of the Nike Team Jordan.
Allen was the NBA regular season leader with three-point field goals attempted with 653 in the 2005-2006 season.
Allen re-signed with the Seattle SuperSonics in 2005 for a 5-year contract worth $80 million, with $5 million more in performance bonuses.
In the 2002–2003 season, Allen along with guards Kevin Ollie and Ronald Murray, was traded to the Seattle Sonics for Gary Payton and Desmond Mason.
He is regarded as one of the best pure shooters in NBA history, making nearly 40% of his three-point attempts and almost 90% of his free throw attempts over the course of his career.
Ray averaging at least 20 points per game in each of the last seven seasons.
Ray was named to the NBA's All-Rookie 2nd Team in 1997.
Allen was drafted out of UConn by the Minnesota Timberwolves as the fifth pick of the 1996 NBA Draft, Allen was immediately traded to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Allen played high school basketball for the former Hillcrest High School in Dalzell, South Carolina, taking them to a state championship.
Ray was a member of the 2000 United States Men's basketball team, which won gold at the Sydney Olympics.
Holds the Milwaukee Bucks franchise records for most consecutive games played (400), most career three-point field goals made (1,051), and most career three-point field goals attempted (2,587).
Shares the NBA record for most three-point field goals made in one half with 8 on April 14, 2002 vs. the Charlotte Hornets.
On April 7, 2006, Allen moved into second place on the NBA's list of all-time three-point field goals made, behind only Reggie Miller.
On March 12, 2006, Allen became the 97th player to reach 15,000 points in his career.
Holds the NBA record for most three-point field goals made in a regular season with 269 in the 2005-06 season.
Selected to the 2002-03 and 2003-04 All-Interview First Teams and Second Team in 1999-00.
Has 4.30 rebound average in the 2005-2006 Season.
He had a 25.1 points per game average in the 2005-2006 season, with 4.3 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game.
He is a member of the All-Star Advisory Council for the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA youth basketball support program.
He was named honorary captain for UConn's All-Century Team.
He initiated the "Ray of Hope" Foundation, which assists charities in several communities.
He starred in the movie He Got Game.
He holds a 0.906% free throw percentage and is tenth in the league.
He was elected to the NBA All Third Team which is a team that holds great players throughout the league. He was particularly elected in 2000-2001 season.
His career points per game average is 21.1.
Holds the NBA record for most seasons leading the league in three-point field goals made with 3 (2001-02 with 229, 2002-03 with 201, 2005-06 with 269).
He won the Joe Dumars Sportsmanship award in the 2002-2003 season.
He went to the University of Connecticut.
He plays the position of guard.
Born on July 20, 1975.
As of April 18 he has participated in 50 Seattle Supersonics games in the 2005-2006 basketball season.
He has participated in the NBA All-Star Game seven times: in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
He weighs 205 lbs.
He is 6'5" feet tall.
He plays for the Seattle Supersonics.
Ray: People decide if they want to be led, they'll be led. If they decide they don't want to be part of the system, they'll buck it.
Ray: The guys that we have potentially may or may not be here next year. Organizationally, if our chances are slim to make the playoffs, we have to focus on who is going to be here in the future. It seems like a logical move. Our young guys have been playing well. It does get frustrating when you feel like you have to play for next season.
Ray: At the end of the day, what brought me back here (Seattle) was my players, the guys I've played with. That meant to me more than anything.
Ray: It's just dirty basketball. It's plain, outright, dirty basketball. I don't mind the competition, someone going at me on both ends of the floor ... but when guys start throwing elbows and kick you when you're down, that's dirty basketball and I don't respect guys like that.
Ray (about who should win the MVP award): I would give it to (Steve) Nash. No question about it. I don't think anybody in the NBA is playing the way he's playing and his team is doing what they're doing. Take him off the roster and they would not be where they are.
Ray: Most teams have one All-Star, whether that guy made it this year or earlier in his career, and some teams have two All-Stars. What they're showing is that a group of five guys that play together and play hard will always beat a team with two All-Stars and three average players.
Ray: At certain times, the whole 'Let's play hard and leave it all on the floor' conversation is corny. I hate saying it, but I have to because that's what we do in sports. That's how we exist. That's how we motivate each other to be better every night. If you don't believe in the team system, that's the look guys gave me a lot of times. 'This is corny. I'm not going to be part of it. This is just me.' And that attitude isn't going to help any team.
Ray: Sometimes it's like I have to remind myself that that really happened. We (the Sonics) were a good team... Not a long time ago, but last year. It's funny how things change so fast.
Ray: When the effort is in question, the ball goes in different directions and the ball doesn't always bounce your way. When you're playing in the home of the NBA Champions, it isn't going to be easy.
Ray: You've got players that can really put the ball in the basket and they went on a run on us. You think the game is pretty much over with, but in the NBA teams can go on runs. I don't know how it happened.
Ray: The teams that do the best job of putting personal agendas aside are the successful teams. It's not easy. That's why it's hard being a good teammate, but everyone has that choice.