Ray Allen to decide on career during off season

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We start off in Major League Soccer, where the 2015 season will be starting on time. The players union and owners finally came to an agreement last night on a new CBA, meaning there will be no strike. Some players are still unhappy however, with many believing they caved in too easily to the owners. Over to the NBA now, where Russell Westbrook is on fire. The Thunder point guard recorded his fourth straight triple double last night. The last player to do that was Michael Jordan. Westbrook managed the feat just days after surgery, which forced him to play with a mask on. Staying in the NBA, Ray Allen has revealed that he is not going to play this season. The 39-year old was expected to join a title contender after the All-Star break, but will now wait till the off-season to decided if he wants to make a return. And finally to the NFL, where Peyton Manning has agreed to take a pay cut to stay with the Denver Broncos. Manning will earn 4 million dollars less in 2015, which should help

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