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Time to Stop Calling Celtics Old, Washed Up

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Was that really Ray Allen leaning into the first row of the $5,000-on-the-street seats, looking at a few celebs and normal peeps and talking some smack? Was Ray-Ray going Hollywood on us Sunday evening in front of all the stars who could Hey-Babe their way into the Staples Center? Well, sure, he was, and it brought back memories of several years ago when Allen was an actual movie star, playing Jesus Shuttlesworth in "I Got Game." He received his share of fine reviews, but he hasn't acted since.

Seems he has been too busy trying to prove he's the best shooter who ever lived.

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