Gentleman is one of the greatest three-point shooters in NBA history. Throughout his career, he dropped 2973 three-pointers to the top of NBA history, while Reggie Miller came in second with 2560 three-pointers. In addition, Allen is still the NBA playoff history record holder - 385 three-pointers.
Allen became seven months since the fourth announced the retirement of the NBA superstar, before three were Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
"I know people want to reveal the secret to your success in the NBA," Allen writes. "The real secret is that there is no secret! In your life, God will give you a lot of things but will not give you a jump shot. Work, adhere to the old work habits, to be successful.
"Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, these people with you to win the championship are different people, they can win, by the insistence, And those boring old habits, for whom the first came to the arena, and the last one to leave (Arena).
1996 NBA Draft, Minnesota in the first round of the 5th overall pick from the University of Connecticut Allen, after being traded to the Bucks. 18 years of occupation career, Allen have in the Bucks, Seattle, Celtics and Miami played the ball. In 2008, Allen followed the Green Army to obtain the occupation career first NBA championship; 2013, again in the Miami team won.
Allen's last campaign in the NBA 13-14 season. Over the past two years there have been news, including the Cavaliers and Heat team, including a number of teams interested in Allen, but Allen did not choose to continue the campaign.
The NBA career, Allen played a total of 1,300 regular season games, including 1149 starting, averaging 35.6 minutes played, surrendered 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.1 steals data