Allen wants to be remembered as a Celtic, he also mentioned that he would love for the Celtics to retire his jersey. At the same time, he doesn't want Celtic fans to believe that he left Miami Heat of his own accord, and thus didn't 'betray,' the Celtics. They just didn't appease or try to appeal to his needs. Despite the fact that Allen made this choice on his own. He could've come back even if he felt that the Celtics spit in his face. (Now we all know Ainge has the Celtics interest at heart. He makes the tough and gut wrenching decisions that we couldn't ever make in our lives.)
Well, I'm sorry Ray, sometimes in life there are things that just don't add up or go your way. You can't have your cake, and eat it too.
He says he has moved on from the Celtics, and he has let bygones be bygones. He talks about loyalty, and brings up the Isaiah Thomas trade. In actuality, the cases are both similar. Both were injured stars with worrisome medical diagnoses, and both were traded/departed for other rival teams. (Ironically, since both played with LeBron.)
If he has finally moved on, why does he keep the BOS in his mouth? We get it. Make your book, get your 15 more minutes of fame, and just leave us alone. We really don't care anymore.