NBA legend Ray Allen skips jury duty. Miami judge calls foul, slaps him with fine.
Former Miami Heat guard Ray Allen moves on to coaching at Miami's Gulliver Prep. - Michael Laughlin/Sun Sentinel/TNS

MIAMI — Ray Allen, the NBA Hall of Famer who starred for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics, took center stage on a very different kind of court Wednesday. Allen, dressed in a dark suit and tie, was ordered to appear in the Miami courtroom of U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke for failing to show up after he was selected as a juror for a deadly carjacking trial. It started without him last week and ended Tuesday with guilty verdicts against a South Florida man accused of fatally shooting the car’s driver. Cooke called a foul on the 19-year NBA veteran, 10-time All-Star and two-time league champio...