Sticking it to the Celtics apparently played into taking less money and taking his talents to South Beach for the Brutus of the Boston.
Yes, we refer to the formerly loyal aide-de-camp of Paul Pierce, namely one Ray Allen.
What finally brought down the Celtics was the turncoat attitude and sharp blade of our best friend, Ray Brutus, who saw the powerful Celtics growing too arrogant.
We fear to speak too loudly, dear friends, countrymen of Celtic Nation. Ray Allen has said the Celtics grew too powerful, and Ray is an honorable man.
In Ray's case, the good is oft interred with his bones, but the evil of his motives against the Celtics will live in infamy.
The noble Ray has told us that Danny Ainge was ambitious. If so, it is all to win another banner. Now Ainge has answered it grieviously thanks to Ray. We must not forget that Ray is an honorable man.
The Celtics treated Ray badly, and Ray is an honorable man.
Whose coffers did Ray seek to fill? Not his own for he is an honorable man.
Thrice the Celtics nearly won a second banner, but Ray found it lacking. Of course Ray is an honorable man and has the right to leave Boston.
Ray was the Celtic angel, and though he unkindly knocked the Celtics, he remains an honorable man.
We must tell you that the Celtics and their Big Three were the true winners in their time. We shall not see their likes again, and surely not in Miami.
Mischief is always afoot in the NBA, and we must take what comes.