He has shot the most memorable shot in the history of Miami Heat.
And all their players still get a glimpse of that moment on their way to their dressing room.
Spread over the wall just outside the doors is the portrait of Ray Allen's Three-pointer in the closing seconds of regulation, which sent Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals into overtime and the Heat to its third championship after a seven-game Series victory over the San Antonio Spurs would drive  On Saturday, Allen was the fourth player ever to qualify for the Heat, and Alonzo Mourning, Shaquille O'Neal and Gary Payton were in the Naismith Memorial basketball Hall of Fame added. Heat President Pat Riley is also in the Hall of Fame in recognition of his coaching achievements.
"We pass this photo every day," said Heatcoach Erik Spoelstra. "I touch this photo every day, grateful for Ray and his obsessive work ethic, where he worked, who shot thousands of times, when everyone else thought it was too ridiculous a circumstance to actually practice such a thing." [1
Allen spoke to ESPN during a television interview On Saturday, he learned what he was doing when he got the call and told him he would be accepted.
"I was just doing promotions for my book," Allen said in an interview. "I was in New York and the phones were ringing and I did not know who it was and we are not answering a phone call we do not know which name it is." I thought: "That was 413, me better answer. "
" I took a step back, I was almost like one of those conversations or phone calls that it's blowing the wind out of you a bit because you can not believe what's being said, "he said I do not know how it happened, but my When I looked at the phone, it said, "Hall of Fame," and I said, "The Hall of Fame calls me."
Allen is the first Hall of Famer Spoelstra coached the Heat as head coach.
"He is the first polling station for his entire career, twice champion," said Spoelstra. "Like many boys, the Dunk Contest and three point competition were all multi-year all-star in the course of his career? This shows only the talent he possessed and the first-class individual.
"He could also be Hall of Fame outside the court for all the work he has done for his foundations and for all the cities he's been in. He's still working and still in Boston." He still has Presence in all the cities where he played. "
Allen's former Heat teammate Dwyane Wade also tweeted a congratulatory post with a picture of his game 6 shots on Saturday afternoon
" Game 6 !!! Enough said !!! Congratulations to my brother Ray Allen for being inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame !!! & THANK YOU for saving our championship season. #Yousabadboy "
The Hall of Fame Candidates were announced on Saturday at the NCAA Final Four celebrations. The ceremony will be held on September 7 in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Allen is the NBA's all-time leader at the field goals (2,973), but his championship-saving three-pointer for the Heat is a Spoelstra's most famous.
"This will go down as one of the most iconic shots in NBA history, and it was just a blessing to be part of that moment," Spoelstra said. "To be part of this team and I'm grateful that I had the opportunity to coach a Hall of Fame player and a person as Ray."