Milwaukee Bucks: Ray Allen’s Best Five Games

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To prepare for his potential return to the team, look back on Ray Allen‘s best five games with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Jun 25, 2015; Cromwell, CT, USA; NBA player Ray Allen walks the course in the first round at TPC River Highlands. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Ray Allen might be coming back to the Milwaukee Bucks. That’s exciting news for a few reasons. There’s the obvious take on the situation–the Bucks could use more shooting and leadership on their bench, and Ray Allen is well-versed in both of those fields.

There’s also another aspect of the signing that would be cool for Bucks fans. Allen is one of the best handful of Milwaukee Bucks to ever play. I’ve got him seventh among all Bucks, just barely falling in behind Oscar Robertson.

Allen was incredible in his time with the Bucks, and the foolish trade that sent him to Seattle still haunts Milwaukee to this day. Luckily it appears Allen doesn’t hold grudges and has interest in coming back to Milwaukee.

To prepare for this potential reunion, we’ve looked back at Ray-Ray’s five best games with the Bucks. He likely won’t be adding any to this list at age 41, but looking back down memory lane can still be fun.

Despite his most memorable moment coming in the 2013 NBA Finals with the Miami Heat, Allen had many of his best-ever games with Milwaukee. Those are the only ones considered for this list.

Even if he’s not capable of dropping 40 points anymore, these five games should remind Milwaukee Bucks fans of the incredible shooting touch possessed by Ray Allen.

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