The following is a list of the NBA career highs for Ray Allen in points scored, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, and three point shots made in a game. I’ve also listed how many triple-doubles Ray Allen has had so far in his NBA career. All stats are for the regular season.
Ray Allen was born in Merced, California on July 20, 1975. Allen went to college at UConn, where he averaged 19.0 points and 6.0 rebounds per game from 1994-1996, and was named Big East Player of the Year in 1996. Ray Allen was then taken by the Minnesota Timberwolves with the 5th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, and immediately traded to the Milwaukee Bucks for Stephon Marbury.
So far in his NBA career, Ray Allen has won two NBA Championships (Boston Celtics in 2008 and Miami Heat in 2013), been a 10-time all-star, and Ray Allen has made the most three-point shots in NBA history.
Ray Allen’s NBA Career Highs in Points, Rebounds, Assists and Threes
- Ray Allen’s Career High in Points Scored in a NBA Game is 54
Ray Allen’s career high in points scored in a NBA game is 54. Allen set his career high while playing for the Seattle Supersonics in a game vs the Utah Jazz played on January 12, 2007.
In the game, Ray Allen made 17 of 32 shots from the field, including eight of 12 threes, and 12 of 12 free throws to account for the career high 54 points. Ray Allen also had 10 rebounds in the game, as he led Seattle to a 122-114 OT win.
- Ray Allen’s Career High for Rebounds in a NBA Game is 13
Ray Allen’s career high for rebounds in a NBA game is 13, which he has accomplished three times. Ray Allen had one 13 rebound game during the 2002 NBA season, and two 13 rebound games during the 2003 NBA season. He did not have a triple-double in any of his 13 rebound games.
- Ray Allen’s Career High for Assists in a NBA Game is 13
Ray Allen’s career high for assists in a NBA game is 13, which he has done twice. The first time Ray Allen had a career high 13 assists in a game was on February 24, 1998, vs the Los Angeles Lakers and the second time was on January 20, 2000, vs Seattle. Allen played for the Bucks in both games, and his team lost both games and he did not record a triple-double in either game.
- Ray Allen’s Career High for Threes in a NBA Game is 10
Ray Allen’s career high for threes in a NBA game is 10. Allen made 10 threes in a game for the Milwaukee Bucks vs the Charlotte Hornets on April 14, 2012. In that game, Ray Allen made 10 of 14 threes, and dropped 47 points on Charlotte, as the Bucks won, 98-92.
The 10 threes made in a NBA game is tied for the seventh most in league history. Ray Allen holds the NBA record, tied with three other players, for most threes made in a NBA Playoff game with nine, which he has done twice.
- Ray Allen’s Career High for Steals in a NBA Game is 6
Ray Allen’s career high for steals in a NBA game is six, which he has accomplished twice.
- Ray Allen’s Career High for Blocks in a NBA Game is 2
Ray Allen is not paid to block shots, and his career high is just two, which he has accomplished at least 20 times.
Ray Allen Triple-Doubles in the NBA
To date, Ray Allen has recorded three triple-doubles in his NBA career. His first triple-double was against the Boston Celtics on February 7, 2001, when he had 20 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for the Bucks.
Ray Allen’s second triple-double was against the Lakers on February 28, 2003, when he had 29 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists for Seattle. Allen’s third triple-double was also against the Lakers, this time on January 28, 2004, when he had 18 points 10 rebounds and 10 assists also for Seattle.