‘Gentleman’ Ray Allen (47, retired) selected LeBron James (38, LA Lakers), whom he played with, as the NBA All-Time Ranking Sixth Man.
In an interview with Media Fatheway World on the 16th (Korean time), Allen picked the top 5 NBA rankings.
When asked to pick the Sixth Man and the top 5 of all time, Alan said, “Michael Jordan, Magic (Johnson), Larry (Bird), Shaq (Shaquille O’Neal), and Hakeem Olajuwon.” “The Sixth Man? I want to say Lebron.”
Allen debuted with the Milwaukee Bucks in 1996 and experienced Jordan’s Chicago Bulls and Johnson’s last season firsthand. He then played for the Seattle Sonics while O’Neal led the Showtime Lakers. Although I couldn’t be with Olajuwon’s heyday, I was able to keep his ‘Dream Shake’ in my eyes.
Allen was the only player in the top five who did not play at the same time as Bird. However, Allen, who witnessed the rivalry between Johnson and Byrd in the 1980s, put their names on the list of all time.
Most of all, the players Allen chose are people who have won the NBA championship trophy as well as the Finals MVP several times. In other words, Alan focused on the performance of the clutch as a factor in selecting the all-time ranking.메이저놀이터
First, Jordan shines with 2 3-Pit championships and 6 Finals MVP selections, Johnson 5 championships and 3 Finals MVPs, Bird 3 championships and 2 Finals MVPs, O’Neal 4 championships and 3 Finals MVPs, Hakeem Olajuwon won 2 championships, Finals MVP 2 times, and LeBron won 4 championships and Finals MVP 4 times.
Meanwhile, as a member of the Boston Celtics ‘Big 3’, Allen built up history by exchanging matches with LeBron several times. Later, in 2012, when he joined as a member of the Miami Heat led by LeBron-Wade-Bosch, he added a championship trophy.
Allen, who ranks second in NBA career 3-pointers behind Stephen Curry, averaged 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 3-point success rate, 40% (5.7 attempts) and 89.4% (3.8 attempts) free throw percentage for 4 teams over 18 seasons. .