Iverson Isn’t The Answer, Until He Overrides Selfishness, Ego

November 27th, 2009 by Jonathan Mathis Leave a reply »

The greatest little man stood up, and survived the tallest men in sports. Of course, everyone was intrigued whenever Allen Iverson had tough-minded and dynamic performances, which attracted fans across the world.

He entertained us magnifying children as a role model, in which he was idolized and his singular actions were imitated on a regular. At 34, Iverson has prospered in triumph, entering the season with the fifth-highest scoring record in NBA history.

But, as we know, lingering flaws are battering and forced Iverson to announce an early retirement on Wednesday. This is an outlandish and corrupt way for a future Hall of Famer to end a lifelong career, remembered mainly for needless interrupts. From most perspectives, his fame isn't anywhere near destruction, and seems hidden flaws are dismissed. 

One reason he's not playing for any team and decided to forgo his momentous career, havoc followed and pointless baggage no team needed as a burden. Pathetically, his selfishness and ego cut ties with ...

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