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Is Ray Allen a preternaturally consistent shooter because his pre-game rituals are, well, so consistent? Before each game, the Heat guard takes a 90-minute nap at 11:30 in the morning, has chicken and white rice for lunch at 2:30, shaves his head and steps on to the court at precisely 4:30, and then practices shooting for three hours. And Allen’s not just compulsive about his own routine, he’s also superstitious about his teammates sitting in the same seats on the bus following a win. "I had a borderline case of OCD," Allen told Boston magazine a few years ago. "I was never diagnosed, but it was something I was aware of."