The Answer: Allen Iverson


Allen Iverson: Philadelphia 76ers

Currently entrenched in the second round of the NBA Playoffs, I remembered how much I miss watching Allen Iverson play. Iverson was always one of my favorite players to watch because of the heart he displayed on the court. The year he dragged that Sixers team to the finals before falling to the Lakers was one of the best individual efforts I’ve ever witnessed. His game was far from conventional but he brought it every night – well, every GAME night…we all know his feelings towards practice.

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Also, you may be wondering what is reflecting in his eye – it’s kind of hard to see low res online:

Iverson steps over Lue

One of the best moments from Iverson’s career – when he crossed up Lue, hit the shot and then coolly stepped over him on his way back down the court.

If you purchase an Iverson print I’ll throw in a bonus 4″ x 6″ print of this for free.

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4 comments on “The Answer: Allen Iverson

  1. The NBA is boring with Allen Iverson. u see all these marginal players in their prime still playing in this league and nobody will give Iverson a look. I no longer watch the sport.

    • The problem with Iverson is he had trouble accepting a lesser role once he passed his prime. He would’ve been perfect adding scoring pop off of the bench but couldn’t accept that. To me one of the saddest things was how he left the NBA – completely unceremoniously for a former MVP who meant so much to the game.

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