Ray Allen's best days are behind him, but he's still consistently adding onto his legacy as the best long-distance shooter in the history of the NBA. Allen is in phenomenal shape for his age, but as we saw in the Finals, he can either dominate a game with his shooting or take a tough defensive assignment on a player like Kobe Bryant. He can't do both. Allen struggled offensively in the Finals (outside of one game), but his defense on Bryant was very effective. His signing with the Celtics was more important than it was made out to be.