Ray Allen was absolutely peeved when he shut down a prankster who tried to film him in a store. The former Miami Heat player, normally known to welcome his interactions with the fans and media, didn’t take too kindly to the prank.
The guard was seen calling out the YouTube prankster. "My man," Allen was heard on camera. "I know you hear me. You're following me around trying to do some bull****. over here ... Keep it moving,” he was seen saying.
Per a tweet by ClutchPoints, who also reported the story later, the clip saw Allen being filmed after he noticed that the prankster's accomplice was recording him inside the store. The two-time champion wasn’t too amused as he slammed the duo for their failed attempt.
‘I’m not cool with that,” he added while pointing out he was still being filmed despite catching the two red-handed. Those who know Allen will remember that he has always been cordial and approachable.
Earlier in July this year, he was part of a debate on Michael Jordan versus LeBron James as the G.O.A.T, and he shared his two cents on the topic. He weighed in and explained why the Los Angeles Lakers star wasn’t a lock for the status just yet.
Allen is one of the most decorated players in the NBA and led the league for the most three-pointers made in a career. His 2,973 threes were eventually surpassed by Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry in 2021. The 47-year-old started off his career with the Milwaukee Bucks and soon after had stints with the Seattle Supersonics and the Boston Celtics.
He later signed a two-year deal with Miami and averaged 10.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 12 games for the side in the NBA Finals in his career. Following his immense contributions and achievements in the sport, Allen was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018.