Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers said Saturday he'll do everything in his power to help eliminate any lingering issues between Ray Allen and other members of the Boston Celtics' 2008 championship team before Kevin Garnett gets his jersey retired by the organization next season.
Rivers, the coach of that title-winning team, explained some players have squashed the beef but not all of the relationships have been mended over the years.
Allen's decision to leave the Celtics to join the Miami Heat in 2012 is the main point of contention.
Rondo explained a star player's departure for a rival title contender, which has since become more accepted around the NBA, was viewed more negatively then.
Nearly eight years have passed since he left for Miami, but it sounds like some wounds still need to be healed for a reunion to happen at KG's jersey retirement ceremony.