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Byline: Michael Hunt
SEATTLE _ The fact that Ray Allen spent his youth moving every couple of years as an Air Force dependent has not served him altogether well in his current situation. Four days after the trade that shook his world, he remained trapped on a David Lynch soundstage, rife with surrealism and disorientation.
"Thank God," Allen said, "for Brent Barry."
It was Barry, his new backcourt mate in Seattle, who got Allen out of his hotel room on a gorgeous Monday afternoon and into Barry's favorite lunch spot, the Hilltop Tavern in the fashionable Queen Anne neighborhood that overlooks KeyArena. Passers-by stopped and stared into the window …