Layup Line: Win justifies Allen's decision?

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Jason Terry rehabbing on an anti-gravity treadmill.* ALLEN'S WINNING CHOICE: After the Miami Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals on Monday night, Ray Allen suggested the triumph justified his decision to sign with the rival Heat last summer. From ESPN.com's Israel Gutierrez:

His Boston Celtics lost to LeBron James and last year's eventual champs. And as it came time for Miami to celebrate, Allen and his Boston teammates were ushered aside while the Heat reveled in their designated area, secured by yellow ropes. "I was telling 'Bron, 'I'm glad to be on this side of the ropes,'" Allen said. "I've lost two Eastern Conference finals where I got sent home after playing on the road and you lose. That's the toughest feeling that you ever have to deal with. I hated that feeling." You could feel Allen's anguish after that Game 7 loss last postseason. Not only did his Celtics fail in two opportunities to send the Heat packing, but he had been playing on painful ankles, and what faced him was a difficult free agency decision. He chose Miami. He chose it for this reason, to reach his third Finals and an opportunity to win his second championship.

* MINOR SURGERY FOR JET: Jason Terry's daughter posted a couple photos on Instagram late last month showing her father holding crutches. Terry then Tweeted a photo of himself on an anti-gravity treadmill at the Celtics' practice facility on Tuesday. Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge told the Boston Herald that Terry had a knee scope to remove the plica from his left knee.