Alex Rodriguez - Mike Fernandez is joined by NBA legend Magic Johnson at a presentation for his book 'Humbled by the Journey, Life Lessons for My Family and Yours' presented by Books and Books at Miami Dade College-Chapman Conference Center - Miami, Florida, United States - Wednesday 14th January 2015
Ray Allen and Dikembe Motombo - In honor of the Basketball legend Dikembe Motombo FOCOS held their 7th Annual Gala at the Mandarian Oriental hotel in Manhattan, New York, United States - Monday 29th September 2014
Ray Allen - Celebrities attend the 2013 US Open Tennis Championships game between Caroline Wozniacki and Camila Giorgi at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center - New York, United States - Saturday 31st August 2013
Rashard Lewis and Ray Allen - Miami Heat celebrate their NBA championship winning season with a victory parade onboard an open top bus through the streets of Miami - Miami, FL, United States - Monday 24th June 2013
Ray Allen - Cristie Kerr (LPGA) and Ray Allen (NBA Boston Celtics) New York City, USA - LPGA Champion, Cristie Kerr hosts the kick-off celebration at Dream Downtown for the two day Inaugural Liberty Cup Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Birdies for Breast Cancer Foundation at Dream Downtown Hotel Rooftop Monday 29th August 2011
He Got Game, the latest Spike Lee joint features NBAer Ray Allen as Jesus Shuttlesworth, the top high school basketball player in the country. As he is pondering his future after graduation, he is surrounded by friends and family trying to help him with his decision without really looking out for his own best interest. Among those trying to help is his father, Jake, played by Denzel Washington, who has been temporarily released from the state penitentiary under orders to get Jesus to sign with the governor's alma mater.
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A cast of excellent character actors doesn't hurt. Scruffy Adrian Grenier is the titular "man," a Harvard student, philosophy major, and basketball player (at what, 5'2"?), who tries to make a deal with his girlfriend's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) mobster father in order to throw the big Dartmouth game, thus ensuring a big gambling payoff so he can buy his folks a new house (theirs was conveniently whisked away by a tornado). Meanwhile, Grenier's Alan bangs his professor (Joey Lauren Adams), encounters an iffy bookie (Eric Stoltz) and his assistant (Rebecca Gayheart), all of whom might be mixed up in a group sex kinda thing. Put Alan in an LSD-infused mania for half the movie and you've got Harvard Man.
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