Allen Iverson Is Ready To Prove Doubters Wrong

January 4th, 2010 by Dwyane Montell Leave a reply »
Chances are Allen Iverson is probably glad that 2009 is over. 2009 was Iverson's worst year in basketball. There are not too many athletes who could stick around in their profession after that kind of year.

But Allen Iverson is one of the very few athletes in the world who can survive that kind of season and have it not affect his game at all. 

It has always been "me against the world" for Allen Iverson, but in 2009 it was him against the world more than ever.

It all started in late 2008 when he was traded from the Denver Nuggets to the Detroit Pistons for Chauncey Billups. It was all downhill after that.

The guys who were supposed to help Iverson fit in with his new team hated the fact that their best friend, Chauncey Billups, was traded away.

They didn't care who Allen Iverson was. They were not going to compromise with anyone, and this is one of the reason the Detroit Pistons were not the elite team they were supposed to be last season.

Iverson was ready to sacrifice for them, and he did. Iverson took only 14 shots per game, which is a very low number of shots for a guy who is one of the grea ...

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