Former NBA player Ray Allen seems to be heavily affected by a book he’s been reading, which is “Surviving the Angel of Death” by Eva Mozes Kor and Lisa Rojany Buccieri.
The book is a narrative of Eva Mozes Kor’s terrifying experiences as she and her twin Miriam struggled to survive Dr. Josef Mengele’s dangerous medical experiments during their internment at Auschwitz.
“I just started reading this and can’t put it down. If you can pick this book up, go get it,” Allen wrote on his Facebook page.
“It’s a shame how poorly one human being can treat the next. Why do we continue to let history repeat itself,” said the former NBA star.
“People!!!! We are all the same!!! No one is better than the next. Stop finding reasons to hate your fellow man and find a reason to love him. We all deserve it, humanity depends on it,” Allen said.
Ray Allen spent 18 seasons in the NBA, establishing himself as one of the purest shooters in the league, as well as one of the better outside shooters. Allen played for Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle SuperSonics, Boston Celtics and Miami Heat.
A 10-time NBA All-Star, Allen appeared in total of 1300 NBA games (1149 started), averaging 18.9 ppg, 4.1 rpg in 35.6 mpg. Allen won two NBA titles, with Boston Celtics (2008) and Miami Heat (2013).Follow @exnbadotcom
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