08:11 AM ET 01.04 | LeBron James said recently that Ray Allen "can play until he's just tired of playing basketball," which might be a matter up for discussion among NBA general managers. [Allen is] a 10-time All-Star, the NBA's all-time leader with 2,634 three-pointers made and will one day be enshrined in Springfield, Mass. But it could be a while before Allen shows up at the Hall of Fame. He's talking about playing until he's 40. ... Allen will be a free agent next summer. When asked if he wants to re-sign with the Celtics, he offered a quick, "Yeah." Does he think he can get another multi-year deal from them at 37? "Yeah," said Allen, in the second-year of a two-year, $20 million contract. "That's what I want."