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The Obama Classic Basketball Game

President Barack Obama made the call, the players responded and the league made exceptions. Funny how things can work so smoothly sometimes… (I think there’s a lesson in there somewhere)

Collaborating with Alonzo Mourning and Chris Bosh, President Obama will be hosting an NBA Charity Game on December 12th.

Confirmed NBA Stars include:
Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard, Chris Paul, Amare Stoudamire, Chris Bosh

Ray Allen, Vince Carter, Baron Davis, Tyson Chandler, Jamal Crawford, Rudy Gay, Blake Griffin, Juwan Howard, Antawn Jamison, Kevin Love, John Wall, Russell Westbrook

and the Throwbacks:
Reggie Miller, Dikembe Mutombo, Alonzo Mourning!

and maybe a surprise appearance from the ‘baller’ President himself, lacing up and joining the Stars???



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Ray Allen All-Time Leader in 3-Pointers Made

If you’ve ever watched the Milwaukee Bucks during in the late 90’s or the Seattle SuperSonics (now the Oklahoma City Thunder) back in the mid-2000’s, you witnessed a prolific scorer who arguably has the purest stroke in the NBA, Ray Allen. As of 2007, Allen has been a component of the “Big Three” along with Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce on the Boston Celtics, a team loaded with talent. And although, he sacrificed the most out of the three joined superstars, on February 10th, the spotlight was solely focused on number 20.

Ray Allen surpassed the legendary Reggie Miller as the NBA’s all-time leader in career 3-pointers made with 2561. (Watch it)

Ray Allen, Boston Celtics

Technique, Fundamentals and a Lightning Quick Release comprise to form the NBA’s sweetest stroke perfected by few.

All-time in 3-Pointers Made:
(as of Feb 11th)

  1. Ray Allen – 2562 (Active)
  2. Reggie Miller – 2560 (Retired)
  3. Jason Kidd – 1754 (Active)

… and J-Kidd is not even close to catching that

No one deserves this more than Allen, who is one of the hardest working players in the NBA. Now in his 15th season in the league, Ray looks as healthy as ever and still putting up 17 ppg on a dynamic Celtic team.

Attribute it all to Ray’s Work Ethic:
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When I was young, I never wanted to leave the court until I got things exactly correct. My dream was to become a pro.
— Larry Bird

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