Allen, who could become the all-time 3-point king by week's end, will appear in Webster ads and at Webster events for the next two years. It appears to be a win-win for the bank both in Connecticut and across New England, with Allen's push toward the record putting his visibility at or near an all-time high.
If the first ad is any indication, Allen will get to use his acting chops once again, though he's no Jesus Shuttlesworth in the spot. It also reunites him with UConn Hall of Fame Coach Jim Calhoun, who's also a Webster spokesman to form what the bank calls "The Webster Dream Team."
Click here to watch the ad, and be sure to stay tuned for the bloopers at the end. There's nothing like seeing a professional athlete take out a banker with a chest bump.