Celtics free agent guard Ray Allen, who is seriously considering an offer from the Heat, met with team president Pat Riley and coach Erik Spoelstra in Miami on Thursday afternoon, then went to dinner with Heat officials on Thursday night, including Alonzo Mourning, team CEO Nick Arison, Riley, and Spoelstra.

Allen is expected to make a decision soon about his future.

The Heat can pay Allen no more than $9.1 million over three years. The Celtics reportedly are offering the 10-time All Star a contract worth $12 million over two years.