Ray Allen will not play in the 2014-15 season.
According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com, the Cavs are officially out of the running for Ray Allen.
There's a growing belief among NBA executives that Ray Allen will not play in the NBA this season.
Ray Allen has been in contact with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but has he still has not made a decision about where to play this season.
The Hawks are looking to add either Ray Allen or Gary Neal following Tuesday's trade sending Adreian Payne to the Timberwolves for a future first-round pick.
Ray Allen is going to make a decision about his playing future after All-Star weekend, sources told ESPN.
The Hawks are reportedly interested in signing shooting guard Ray Allen.
Ray Allen will reportedly decide if he will continue playing in the NBA after the All-Star break.
The Washington Wizards have been the most aggressive suitor for Ray Allen.
Ray Allen said he's staying in shape in case any NBA teams call as the second half of the season approaches.
Ray Allen is reportedly leaning towards retiring despite interest from several different contending teams.
Doc Rivers confirmed the Clippers are interested in free-agent guard Ray Allen.
Ray Allen has reportedly narrowed down his choices to San Antonio, Washington, Chicago, Cleveland, and Golden State.
Warriors GM Bob Myers confirmed on Thursday that the Warriors have reached out to Ray Allen's representatives but said, "it's uncertain as to what Ray wants to do."