Thursday, September 16th, 2010 at 8:00 am  |  143 responses

Top 50: Ray Allen, no. 50

The definitive ranking of the NBA’s best players.

by Lang Whitaker | @langwhitaker

It’s that time of year again, when we ramp up for the NBA season by painstakingly revealing our rankings of the Top 50 Players in the NBA. We’ve done it each summer for a few years now. The criteria is simple: The players are ranked based on what our esteemed panel expects them to contribute on the court this upcoming season.

To be totally fair, I’m not really sure who our esteemed panel is comprised of. I do know that Ryne sent out an email to a huge list of SLAM and SLAMonline contributors. If they got their rankings back in time, their opinions were factored into our list. In fact, I wrote a Top 50 and sent it in, and I didn’t even have Ray Allen on my list. And yet here I am announcing to the world that Ray Allen finished as number 50 on SLAMonline’s list of the NBA’s Top 50 players.

It’s not that surprising Ray Allen cracked the 50. He was Ray Allenon my original list of names that I compiled, but I had to drop him to make room for Pape Sy. (That’s a joke.) Actually, he was the last person I cut from my list. Ray finished 36th last year on our list, and our voters seem to be expecting Ray’s skills to continue to wither with age. After all, last year his points per game dropped for the fourth consecutive season down to 16.3, the lowest since his rookie year. Sure, that’s partly a function of his age — he’s totaled almost 38,000 minutes over 15 seasons and is entering his 15th season. But it’s also a sign of his willingness to step back and allow his teammates to shine — his 12.2 FGA per game was his lowest number in that category also since his rookie season.

Despite his age, Allen’s still remarkably durable, missing only 12 games over the last three seasons. Most importantly, Allen’s specialty is shooting, and shooting touch doesn’t necessarily fade with age. He might be a little slower fighting through picks or making defensive rotations, but give him space to launch and he’s probably going to knock it down. Don’t forget, just three months ago the man put 27 points on the Lakers in the first half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

I’ve been a basketball fan my entire life. I may never have been a huge Ray Allen fan, but I have always appreciated that he always plays the game so freaking elegantly. He consistently makes the tough stuff look simple, easy even, as though he were some kind of humanoid programmed by Dr. Naismith to play perfectly fundamentally sound hoops. Probably the most interesting thing Ray Allen ever did was play a character in a movie. Or that time he got his face painted like a tiger. But that shouldn’t make us less grateful for Ray being graceful.

Ray Allen has won a gold medal, an NBA title, been an All-Star (nine times) and a three-point contest champ. He once played the lead, but these days he’s content to be just a player in the band — a really good band, granted — with a realistic shot at winning another NBA title before his freshly inked two-year, $20 million contract expires. And according to us, Ray Allen will be the 50th best player in the NBA this season.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be counting down toward that number one spot, so check back in with us and see where your favorite players landed.

And of course, if for some crazy reason you feel like commenting on our rankings, we have this system down below the posts where you can make your voice heard.

Player Team Position 2010 2009 2010 2009
Ray Allen Celtics SG 50 36 11 10

• Rankings are based solely on projected ’10-11 performance.
• Contributors to this list include: Jeremy Bauman, Maurice Bobb, Erildas Budraitis, Sean Ceglinsky, Ben Collins, Bryan Crawford, Sandy Dover, Adam Figman, Manny Maduakolam, Eddie Maisonet, Ryne Nelson, Doobie Okon, Ben Osborne, Charles Peach, Branden Peters, Quinn Peterson, David Schnur, Todd Spehr, Kyle Stack, Adam Sweeney, Dennis Tarwood, Tracy Weissenberg, Lang Whitaker, Eric Woodyard, and Nima Zarrabi.
• Want more of the SLAMonline Top 50? Check out the archive.

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  • http://www.shawnkemp.com Masr

    damn I loved ray-ray when he was on the sonics and I was extremely happy for him when he won that championship with the celtics. Best shooter of all time IMO.

  • neaorin

    Who you got for this year’s winner of the Derrick Rose Most Overrated Player In SLO Top 50(TM)? My vote goes to Brandon Jennings being somewhere around #20.

  • Mvp23100

    Since Milwaukee ray has been thorough he toned his game down to get that chip ubut it doesn’t take away from his career

  • http://kb24.com Bigi

    Here We Go…

  • Ouse

    Correction: Ray’s ppg actually increased from his first to second year in Boston.

  • Ouse

    P.s. Love that this list is starting again though. And Ray – one of the all-time greats, for total achievement over singular, kinda like Reggie Miller.

  • http://hoopistani.blogspot.com hoopistani

    yay!!! top 50 is back!!!… Love ray ray

  • Squirrel7

    @ Neaorin: John Wall? That would be my pick.

  • michael

    crap…not this again…..

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Hopefully we’ll get better write-ups for the top 2 than we did for last years. No offense to Myles or Ryan, but that trying-to-be sarcastic and undermining of dudes abilities is kind of misguided in this particular format. Just my opinion, of course. On a side note, I’m a bit perturbed that I haven’t gotten a note to put together the Heat’s season preview this year. For the last three seasons, I’ve done it with fervor and was proud to have something posted on the site with my real name attached but now that the Heat matter, I’m not able to contribute? Poor form, boys. I love you though.

  • http://Slamonline.com Pippen Ain’t Easy

    Durant or Kobe at no. 1. BOOK IT

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    And really, Ray dropped 14 spots since last season? Wow.

  • michael

    my favourite bit of these is when you get to about number 22, run through who is left and realise they have forgotten someone obvious…its always a highlight.

  • http://slamonline.com Ben Osborne

    Let’s get it started…Ray didn’t make my top 50 either, but I respect him being there. @neaorin: I think Derrick played up to his ranking last year. @eboy: players 1 and 2 will have new writers this year.

  • dsleepy

    “plays the game so freaking elegantly.” yeah that’s why i love him too. no homo. but to be fair if you’re going to mention that ridiculous game 2 from the finals, you gotta talk about the downfalls as well. the rest of the series he was a no-show.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    LOL, cosign neaorin…now that made me laugh, my bet´s on Young buck too, like #19 best or something ridicously stupid like that…Ray Ray´s about right in #50…also Russ Westbrook might´ve passed Rose but I bet is behind him like the tradition of this list mandates!

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    also last year this dudes put KG and Bosh ahead of Pau, now thats stupid as sh1t!

  • J.C.

    Kobe should be #1.
    Durant will be #1.
    Calling it now.

  • vtrobot

    zzzzzzz. keep sleeping on the C’s (individually and as a whole) for a little while longer. ray is truly one of the greatest ever. it’s been a pleasure to watch that on a nightly basis here in boston. go get some more.

    (these lists are always funny – people ranked too high because of the excitement about what their futures might hold & vets ranked too low because they’ve been in the spotlight long enough and the new guys need some room). MIA/BOS opening night needs to hurry up.

  • hangtime Hec

    And let the chaos begin.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    Good to have this back. Nice write-up and everything, really.
    But number 50?!!! WHAT?!?!!?!?!?!!?

  • vtrobot

    @ TrailBlazing: Maybe Pau is = to KG now because of KG’s injuries, but that’s it. I like your point about Russell.

  • http://bulls.com airs

    sweeeet, i love this.
    @neaorin, derrick deserved that spot. but this year, im saying the most overrated is gonna be john wall. if hes on the list that is, dude hasnt even played yet.
    good spot for ray ray.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    @vtrobot; dude, if you think Pau and KG are on the same level youre sleepin, ITS NOT CLOSE..heres my opinion: KG was, in his prime, better than Gasol is in his own prime but Pau´s the best big in the game for 2 straight years now, he shut done D12 in the 2009 finals and ate KG alive in 2010, the same way KG shooled him in 2008 finals.

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    the official countdown towards a new season. i’m psyched! just 40 days left (which means you guys will have to post some twoadays for this to finish at the start of the season). i’m hoping this comments section will become worth reading again with the return of actual basketball to be talked about. looking forward to the list and the team previews as well! and eboy, i’m sorry you got snubbed. here’s hoping BET still gets his preview haha

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    Lol I almost thought you guys weren’t going to do this this year. haha

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    Russell Westbrook is really good but somehow doesn’t strike me as a guy who will surpass derrick rose in basketball skills. they’re on an equal level athletically, but russell relies on it way more. he is not as good a finisher or ball handler as rose, and his decision making is behind rose’s as well. Rose at his peak will be better than Westbrook at his. Love Westbrooks game though, especially his knack for grabbing offensive boards as a point guard.

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    KD for that number 1 spot? Let’s go!

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I’m disappointed that Russ, Ryan and Myles didn’t contribute to the list.

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    @niQ: We’re speeding up players 50-26 in order to make this happen before the regular season. It’s a good setup this season, too, because the big guns are 1-25.

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    @Hisham: BET will be back!

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    let’s get it on.

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    If Ray is 50, Shaq should nowhere in this list.

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    @Ryne, that makes sense. Should be fun to read as always!

  • http://www.slamonline.com J

    Is someone gonna dethrone you being number 1 if your projected production for the next season is a triple-double, or at least very close to it..?

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    @Hisham: maybe im sayin this cause Russ outplayed Derrick in the Worlds but yeah, im overeacting although Rose is the one of the most overhyped players in this rankings.

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    As Heath Ledger stated so sweetly in ‘The Dark Knight’, and here…we…….go!

  • http://shaq_attaq@msn.com kevinWILLIS

    RayRay is better than Danny Granger

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    @ trailblazing: I agree Russ was better than Rose in the worlds. Let’s just say that watching these two play on improved teams (OKC because of experience and CHI because of their additions) will be a treat this season.

  • http://Www.slamonline.com Myles Brown

    I undermined LeBrons abilities huh?

  • Brian

    This is a good spot for Ray Ray, he was one of the Lakers best players in The Finals.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Don’t be so sensitive Brown, I didn’t just reference you….or do you not remember Ryan’s piece?

  • ripslam

    Ray Allen, #50? Are you kidding me? You want a #50-type player, look at OJ Mayo or something.

  • unrel

    good spot for Ray.. but i’d take him over a few of the other guards that i’m sure will pop up on this list..

  • unrel

    but can’t hate the placement.. i think his minutes will drop.. production.. shot attempts.. i think everything will drop.. to save him for the playoffs..

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    OJ Mayo, eh?

  • Kulangsapansin

    My Top 5

    1. Kobe Bean Bryant
    2. Lebron James
    3. Dwyane Wade
    4. Kevin Durant
    5. Pau Gasol

  • http://Www.slamonline.com Myles Brown

    Ryans post was meant to be sarcastic. Mine wasn’t. At the risk of sounding vain, if anything, mine was quite prescient.

  • http://Www.slamonline.com Myles Brown

    And considering your being so peturbed, who’s really being sensitive? Ah, forget it.

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    SLAM: are last year’s posts still on the site somewhere? i’d like to refresh my memory as to what Myles wrote that was so prescient and/or undermining Lebron James’ skills.. excuse the poor grammar

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    calling the kettle black, eh Eboy? haha

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    just read Myles’09-’10 post about Lebron. Well written. Prescient is quite a reach, however. There were those (Bron fans/Kobe haters) who predicted the takeover and those (Kobe fans/Bron haters) who predicted a(nother) chokejob by LeBron. Congrats on belonging to that second group!

  • chazz michael michaels

    yessssss Jesus

  • hoodsnake

    So out of a 30 team league there is (at least) 4 Celtics on this list? Guess the Raps and the Cavs pull on the short end here huh?

  • Ghost

    So it begins.

  • The Lord of Nsam (formerly known as Fresh Prince)

    Whoah Slam contributors have some funny names. Maybe u shld consider me 4 next year, my name is OMGBA.
    And Ray is 2 low (despite his play in the finals last 5 games).

  • http://www.euroleague.net/competition/players/showplayer?clubcode=oly&pcode=AQU GIANNIS BOUROUSIS

    “Anna” better make this list or else……i wonder if he makes the “top-50 players in the Chinese league…?”…..who would have thought that while Steeve Nash (older than both cartoons) is still an all-star , both overhyped jokes would be out of the league and fighting for a place in the “top-50 of Chinese league”….well, I HAD!!!

  • rob stewart

    #49 Rashard Lewis

  • http://www.euroleague.net/competition/players/showplayer?clubcode=oly&pcode=AQU GIANNIS BOUROUSIS

    by the way: RAY ,as always, underated here. It is understandable (not many tattos and stupid behavior). He will always be one of the greatest 2 guards ever (unlike your feavorite Anna)

  • http://twitter.com/pdxgaybball dma

    i’m fearing the future SLAM beef’s the series will bring us. internet thugs unite!

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    @hoodsnake, I think you’re on to something.

  • JTaylor21

    @Hisham, Kobe has had way more choke jobs than bron so don’t go there. Also what has anyone done to take that #1 spot from him, kobe and Kd didn’t distinguish themselves as better players during the regular season or playoffs. Kobe was good not great during the second season and KD was MUD. Bron wasn’t exactly great during his playoff run but he wasn’t BAD like people like to claim, he did put up 27/9/7/50FG%. Also Ray Allen is no. 50 just because his name, dude was straight up garbage during the finals except for GM2 and was the BIGGEST reason the celts lost. I’ve never seen a supposedly great shooter miss so many open shots and it goes to show people that think he’s better than Reggie are DUMB.

  • http://slamonline.com Bryan Crawford

    Ray Allen wasn’t on my Top 50 list either. In fact, I forgot he was still in the league. OK, not really…well, kind of.

  • tavoris

    let the madness begin…(grabs bag of popcorn and a Corona)

  • http://thephotoriot.com davidR

    so, this list is about production. of course rayray should be ranked higher than #50, but production wise this sounds about right

  • http://thephotoriot.com davidR

    ranked 11/11 for sg’s on this list? wonder who the other 10 are (in no particular order):
    - kobe
    - wade
    - joe johnson
    - roy
    - eric gordon
    - monta
    - mayo
    - stephen jackson
    - vince?
    - ginobli?
    also: crawford? marcus thornton? kevin martin?

  • monkeyball

    In terms of the regular season, Ray Allen wasn’t one of the top 50 players last year and won’t be this year either. Allen is a great role player during the season. In the playoffs he’s more valuable because he has the ability to have a few really great performances. So, is SLAM’s list taking account of that? The answer is obviously yes. So the idea that the list is all about projected “production” is a little bogus.

  • http://thephotoriot.com davidR

    just my take, but going off past slam top 50′s, it seems like production is the main focus for these lists.
    not just any kind of production, but production that translates to wins and overall team performance. then you also gotta consider the type of role the player has on his team. is he a key piece? is he the alpha dog?
    ray doesn’t produce like he used to. while he still produces for a team that wins a lot, he’s more of a role player (during the season) as you pointed out. all of this brings him to about #50.
    i’m curious to see where amare is ranked. he’ll most likely put up monster numbers as the focal point of the knick offense, but will he produce numbers in a meaningful way that translates to wins?

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    Milk carton: Russ, Ryan, Myles, Jake and Khalid. Honorable mention: Sam.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Been waitin for this. And everyone, Ray Allen is in a good spot. His defense and inability to score on his own would have kept him off of my list. (Tom Thibideau has really put a “mask” on ray allen, confusing people into thinking he is a solid defender)

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    that might be right, nbk. Two-a-day for the next couple weeks. Be ready!

  • http://www.kb24.com The Seed

    Ray Allen game is all about shooting and that is it. Ray is getting older cannot play defense, can’t score one on one, but still has a streaky shot, that when he is on he is on. The problem is that he was off more that on in the NBA Finals, if Ray Allen is on, Celtics win. Ray Allen plays well in the Boston system, but he should not be on this list with his age, inability to score and the numbers he will put this year. BOOK IT!!!

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    DavidR; Joe Johnson in front of B-Roy?! now thats a big fat joke! Roy is FAR and AWAY the third best SG in the L!!!!!behind kob and flash

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    Er, DavidR did state ‘in no particular order’.

  • http://www.bluefont.com Hisham

    @ JTaylor: couldn’t agree more with you, simply restating the arguments that the two sides bring to the table. I personally have no bias towards any of the two (i’m an iverson guy, which I know is rather sad right now).

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    Great to see that he cracked the list. It’s impossible to hate on Ray’s professional attitude and respect for the game.

  • http://kb24.com jbn74sb

    Top 50? Still? Not a chance in f-cking hell. Although he played good D on Kobe in the Finals (with the help of the entire Celtics defensive gameplan, as well as the refs), he shot about 12% from the 3 point line when you eliminate the one game where he hit like 37 3′s.

  • xplor

    Top 8 Celtics
    1Bill Russell
    2Paul Pierce
    3Rajon Rondo
    4Ray Allen
    5Larry Bird
    6Kevin Garnett
    7Rober Parish
    8Bob Cousy

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    ^I really, really hope that list wasn’t in any kind of order.^

  • http://thephotoriot.com davidR

    that list was in no particular order (you skipped that part). and i’d have to disagree with you about roy > joe for the simple fact that joe is more durable than roy. if healthy, roy > joe no problem. but when is he fully healthy?

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    @Moose: xplor has John Havlicek at #137.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    sorry, didnt check…hes more durable thats for sure, hope roy can acomplish that, he had an unbealiveble 08 09 season, last year was a step slow almost all year due to being banged up.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    though even banged up and in the slowest team in the L, that 20 5 5 with nice %s is guarensheed baby!

  • JTaylor21

    Xplor must be exploring with different drugs at the same time when he wrote that SH*T.

  • Big E

    Kevin Durant isn’t better than Chris Paul. He should NOT be #1. He is overhyped right now because of his great FIBA tournament and people love scoring titles. I expect him to have a good season though but right now I look at Durant as an athletic volume scorer. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but #1? Nahh.

  • Big E

    CP3 should be top 5. Dude is healthy and is tweaking to get on that court.

  • JTaylor21

    Big E speaks the truth. KD is a product of people having short memories and gets over hyped to the extent that people really believe that dude’s in Kobe/Wade/Bron level. Also guys like CP/DWill/Melo are still better players and will continue to show that this season. Until durant plays better defense, takes better shots, becomes a better passer, and comes up BIG in crunch time, he will be nothing but a high volume scorer.

  • http://www.stonesthrow.com Michael NZ

    JTaylor21, I’m taking Durant over Melo all day. However, I agree on the short memories front – also doesn’t help that CP3 was out for a while. People forget.

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    Michael’s been speaking logic all day.

  • http://hibachi20.blogspot.com Moose

    I hope Rondo breaks top 25.

  • TrailBlazing&SportingLisbon

    to me rondo´s defenetely top 20

  • bashmo

    wow..ray allen at 50?? i expected higher to be honest..maybe round the early 40′s or even late thirty’s

    i think that number 1 will be Kobe, and 2 will be lebron, 3 dwyane wade…the durant,melo or dirk for 4th im assuming.

    I hope CP3 gets up high here as well…his injury set him back, but he’s still the best PG in the game!

  • sample

    i want bogut!

  • Slick Ric

    It is a damn shame people already hating on D Rose. Anyway Im intrigued to see just how good boston will be this season epsecially with the addition of Shaq.

  • ab40

    wow no adam morrison this year? Slam what happened. I think kobe is no 2 or 3 this year. he’s on the decline.. want proof? check the finals. Pau was mvp not kobe.

  • don

    i arenas is out of this list, i’m quitting slamonline.com …. for 2 days…. :)

  • James

    LeBron will be no 1, Durant will be 2 and KB will be 3rd.

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  • letsmotor

    I’m going to have a tough time understanding how there are 49 players better than Ray Allen.

  • Mitya

    Ray is forever Jesus and that’s that.

  • http://www.dontevenreply.com total scrotal implosion

    Ray is damn near finished, great career and all but he wont do much this season. And isnt that the stated purpose of this list?

  • K-Nas

    Ray didn’t make my top 50 either, as if it matters. But thanks for recognizing a great career that could end after this season. Celtics need more athleticism on the wing this season with the other Allen gone.

  • Jessdogg

    xplor that is probably the worst list of celtic greats i have ever seen. Are you 12? That would make sence. KD will not be #1.. its still bron.

  • Elvis Freshly

    @letsmotor thank you.. somebody on here has some sense. Ray at 50? last years list you had Turk above him? hahahahaa.. this list is crap. Ray is like wine he gets better with age. Keeps his self in tremendous condition smh @ this.

  • http://www.threadsandkicks.com.au Eduardo

    NBA Top 50? Not to sure about these articles as it can account ot most of the star players in every team of the NBA.

  • http://www.twitter.com/gerardhimself Gerard Himself

    Yes!!!! The Top 50! Fun times on SLAMonline AND it also means the season is just around the corner (sort of).

  • Shem

    It would be a tragedy if Shaq or Rashard Lewis make this list.

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  • brittany

    ray allen should not be in the nba he can’t play anymore so he should not be on the list

  • http://www.twitter.com/jtrain73 Jono

    Best shooter EVER.

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    He is on the good position. Well done.

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  • Jahi Salaam

    why is he so far back??????? thats some bs, ray allen is ona da best