Allen Iverson’s Future in the NBA—Questions Surrounding “The Answer”

August 23rd, 2010 by Sean Fearon Leave a reply »
We all remember the Allen Iverson of yesteryear. The man who stunned the NBA world after two spectacular seasons at Georgetown University. The little guy with a titanic game, and an ego to match.

This feisty little jitterbug effectively redefined the game for undersized scoring guards, with his lightning first step and his unparalleled ball handling abilities. He single-handedly paved the way and earned respect for, an entirely new breed of NBA player: the 6-0 scorer.

In his prime, Iverson was virtually unchallenged for the title of the NBA's most talented scorer, an attribute widely recognized by millions of adoring fans.

Throughout his career, he garnered an astounding 11 All-Star selections, four scoring titles, the 1996 Rookie of the Year award, and most importantly, the 2001 Most Valuable Player award, becoming the shortest league participant to receive this coveted title.

Few, if any, can boast such an impressive on-court resumé, yet he will still be immortally remembered for one word.


I can count on one hand the amount of players that have graced this league with an offensive arse ...

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