|Posted by shawn cassidy on September 29, 2012 at 11:30 PM|
Ray spoke Saturday after his first practice with the Heatles, Allen said he was disappointed at KG's choice of words.
"That's a shame," Allen said. "I'm a good person to talk to on the phone. ... I've been in weird trade situations the last few years. You always felt you had one foot in and one foot out so I can't worry about it."
"I don't have Ray's number anymore," Garnett said Friday. "I'm not trying to communicate. I'm just being honest with everybody in here. ... It's just what it is."
"I don't know how many miles apart we are, sometimes the translation gets messed up," Allen said. "We're friends regardless of what happens. He's got to do what he's got to do up in Boston."
I bet after their playing days. KG, and Ray will speak at some point. Now is not the time, and why should they talk to each other. Were a month away from the first Celtics-Heat meeting. I can see KG, and Ray bumping fists at center court. Than I can see KG laying Ray out on a hard screen, just to get a shot in.
Of course Mr. Dirty Player had to offer up his two sense.
"(Garnett) doesn't need to be talking to our team anyway, so it's all good," Dwyane Wade said. "(Allen) doesn't look too bad in a Heat uniform, at first it was weird but now I'm getting used to it."
KG got the first word in, and he basically said he didn't want to talk to any Miami trash.