Shoes

Allen Iverson Gets Nike To Cancel Iverson Tribute Sneaker

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After protests from Allen Iverson, Nike has decided to cancel one of its planned releases for an upcoming Zoom Flight ’96 that was meant to be a tribute to the 76ers great. Nike had planned to sell two Zoom Flight 96’s to honor to two legends who entered the NBA in the 1996 draft. Take

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NBA

Allen Iverson Would Not Hold Practices If He Was A Head Coach

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Allen Iverson has not lost a step as far as his sense of humor goes. The Philadelphia 76ers legend was in an interview session with some reporters in the Philippines and his answers were as sharp as his crossovers were during his playing days. The best draft class according to The Book of AI? 1996,

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NBA

Woman Takes Selfie With Allen Iverson But Has No Idea Who He Is

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*Bellamilagroserrano enters a club, sees Allen Iverson. Someone whispers into her ear, “He’s famous.” Bellamilagroserrano approaches Allen Iverson, asks for a picture. Takes selfie, uploads to Instagram.* *****The next day***** *Bellamilagroserrano wakes up. Sees Instagram notifications. Realizes she took a selfie Allen Iverson. Still has no idea who he is.* [Dime Magazine] [content_block id=134239]

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76ers Honor Allen Iverson With Custom Championship Belt

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Standing in at 6’0″ and weighing 165 lbs Allen Iverson is easily pound-for-pound one of the greatest NBA players of all-time. During his retirement celebration tonight the Philadelphia 76ers will honor their pint-sized hero with a customized championship belt engraved with “Pound for Pound One of the Greatest.” Hopefully the Answer has his finances in

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NBA, Sports

Allen Iverson To Officially Retire October 30th

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Allen Iverson, one of the most dynamic players and personalities in NBA history, is officially set to announce his retirement. Sources say the announcement will come on October 30th, at the Philadelphia 76ers’ home opener. The former league MVP and scoring champion retires with career averages of 26.7 points per game (sixth all time), 6.2

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