Allen's big play came alongside 16 points and 5 steals in a Miami Heat loss at San Antonio.
Last year Ray Allen produced one of the biggest moments of NBA Finals history with his game tying three-pointer in Game 6.
As you can see, Allen is once again proving that age is not going to stop him from playing the basketball he wants to play.
In addition to his massive dunk, the 38-year old shooting guard had a vital 16 points and 5 steals that helped the Heat to a, 86-79 point lead with 9:38 left in the 4th quarter.
Then the unthinkable happened as LeBron James, of all people, pulled up with cramp, having to leave the game. While he was on the bench, his defensive assignment for the night, Danny Green, scored 8 point in 1:30 minutes, putting the Spurs up by 4. From that point on it was all San Antonio and they eventually ran out 110-95 winners.
While San Antonio may have taken a 1-0 lead, one thing that's for certain is that Ray Allen has not had anywhere near his last word in this series.