Throw Ray Allen's name into the pool of veteran NBA players who want to join the free-agency fun. You can't blame him — the unprecedented amounts of money distributed to players this summer would make any 40-year-old feel 20 again.

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Though he never retired and technically remains a free agent, Allen is considering an NBA "return," according to ESPN. As you might expect, he only is considering contenders, including the newly-formed superteam in Golden State.

Allen, who won championships in 2008 and 2013 with the Celtics and Heat, respectively, hasn't played since Miami lost to San Antonio in the 2014 NBA Finals. He reportedly wanted to play last season but never reached a deal with a team.

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Adding the veteran sharpshooter to the Warriors, a team already known for its range — and a team that just added Kevin Durant to its shooting attack — seems unnecessary but appealing. Nobody in NBA history has made more three-point shots than Allen, who's hit 2,973 in 18 s

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easons with the Bucks, Sonics, Celtics and Heat.

Allen turns 41 this month, but he has always been known for his incredible conditioning. There's no doubt he can still play ... and shoot.