Miami Heat: The 25 Greatest Players in Franchise History

Miami Heat: The 25 Greatest Players in Franchise History

22. Ray Allen

Ray Allen Miami Heat

Ray Allen’s tenure with the Heat was short-lived (2012-2014), but boy was it one good short tenure.

Allen signed with the Heat after the “Big Three” won their first championship together in 2012. The three-point specialist was expected to contribute as the fourth option in Miami’s newly-formed “Big Four.” While Allen averaged just 10.3 points per game during his two seasons with the Heat, he is known for the biggest shot in franchise history.

With the Heat trailing the San Antonio Spurs 3-2 in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals, the veteran shooting guard hit a game-tying three-pointer with 5.2 seconds remaining to tie the game at 95-all. The shot ended up sending the game into overtime, where the Heat would prevail, before winning Game 7 to win their second consecutive NBA title.

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