A six-time NBA All-Star, Ray Allen was acquired by the Sonics on Feb. 20, 2003 in a blockbuster deal that sent Gary Payton, amongst others, to Milwaukee. Allen spent the first six-plus years of his career in Milwaukee, where he left as the eighth-leading scorer in franchise history. Known as one of the NBA's premier sharpshooters, Allen is already second in NBA history in career 3-pointers and won the 2001 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout during All-Star Weekend. In 2005-06, he hit 269 3-pointers to break the NBA single-season record. Allen is known as much for his character off the court as his play on it. His charity, the Ray of Hope Foundation, helps children in Seattle, and Allen won the NBA's Joe Dumars Sportsmanship Award for the 2002-03 season. Allen enhanced his popularity by starring in the 1998 Spike Lee film "He Got Game".