Watch a YouTube user known as “Loafe” tease retired Miami Heat guard Ray Allen with a hilarious prank. While shopping at a Target store, the Hall of Famer and two-time NBA champion noticed that he was being followed by two children.
Allen thought the kids were chasing him because they knew he was famous. However, Loffe only wanted to make fun of him.
Allen won his first NBA Championship with the Boston Celtics in the 2007-08 season. In the year In the 2008 NBA Finals, the Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in six games.
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The guard then won his second championship in the 2013 NBA Finals against the Miami Heat. The Heat defeated the Spurs in seven games. Allen sank a game-tying 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter, forcing overtime and saving the Heat’s season.
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Did Allen overreact? Yes, probably. But some people just want to go shopping. Not everyone is in a game mood when you’re at Wal-Mart or Target. Watch the full video below.
“My man! I know you hear me,” Allen said. “You following me around, trying to make some bull—here you are.”
“My bad,” replied one of the children.
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“I know you hear me,” the 10-time All-Star replied. “Keep moving! And you still record.
“No, it takes 30 photos per second,” said one of the kids.
“I’m not comfortable with that,” Allen said. “Talk to him.”
“He’s deaf,” replied one of the children.
“Do some sign language or something,” the Hall of Famer said.
After Allen left, the clowns couldn’t help but laugh. A YouTuber had no idea about pranking an NBA player.
“Dude, I didn’t even know Ray Allen existed until you told me,” Loft explained. “I feel bad because he thinks the reason we’re working is because he’s Ray Allen, but I didn’t even know he was Ray Allen.”
In June, Allen was filmed having a civil debate with fans, debating which legend is the greatest basketball player in NBA history. The retired 3-point shooter makes his case for Michael Jordan against LeBron James.
When it comes to basketball, Allen is good at talking to fans. Although maybe it was just a bad day. Either that or he just doesn’t like pranks. See other content related to old insulation on the main page.
In 1,300 games over a 13-year career, Allen averaged 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.1 steals per game. He averages 45.2% from the floor and an impressive 40% from downtown.
In the year In 2018, Ray Allen was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.