Isn't anybody a hated rival anymore?
Ray Allen, Steve Nash cross lines and the NBA is worse for it
After a 107-76 regular-season loss to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2009, Ray Allen sounded like the last guy who'd ever want to play with King James.
Allen witnessed James and then-teammates Delonte West and Mo Williams do everything but the dougie to celebrate their rout on the sideline.
"I'm always going to remember that," a surly Allen said after the game. "If I beat a team, as happy as I may be in victory, I'm always going to stay humble.
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