Floyd Mayweather chats up Ray Allen during NBA playoff game

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It's always interesting when world champions from different sports meet each other, but this particular meeting between Floyd Mayweather and Ray Allen was more awkward than anything else.

The setting was the half-time break in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference series between Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers in Miami Monday night.

Allen was busy trying to practice his shooting during the break before boxing champion Mayweather came courtside to chat to the 38-year-old, with the video above showing the footage.

Clearly aiming to take advantage of the half-time break, Allen was reluctant to engage in a conversation with the boxer.

But after numerous attempts to engage by Floyd, Allen eventually gave in, showing how much of a nice guy he is.

At least Mayweather didn't put off Miami as the Heat beat the Pacers 102-90 to take a 3-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.

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