Allen Iverson Rumors

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Allen Iverson
Allen Iverson
Position: None
Born: 06/07/75
Height: 6-0 / 1.83
Weight:164 lbs. / 74.8 kg.
Early in the morning on Friday, Basketball Hall of Famer Allen Iverson shared a video on Instagram of himself actually listening to White Iverson with Post Malone. Iverson captioned the video, “Real life,” and he posted a photo with the rapper captioned, “The culture has no boundaries!” Iverson and Malone seemed to enjoy these lyrics the most: “(Expletive) practice, this (expletive) just happens, know ya’ll can’t stand it.”
A couple of high-level retired players who aren’t totally ancient — Steve Francis and Latrell Sprewell — went undrafted. Rashad McCants, who has floated on the fringes of the NBA for seven years or so, went No. 1 overall. Several players who hadn’t been listed in any BIG3 promotional materials, including Kwame Brown, Jerome “Junk Yard Dog” Williams, and Moochie Norris, were picked. The league’s biggest prospective draw, Allen Iverson, didn’t show up to the draft despite being the coach, captain, and star of his team, 3’s Company. His teammate DerMarr Johnson ended up making the team’s picks (which seem bad on paper). Francis, who seemed quite invested in BIG3 as players collected in Vegas for a combine and scrimmages, going undrafted actually seems quite sad. (Do they have undrafted free agents and roster size limits in the BIG3? We’ll see.)
Did you hear what Tim Hardaway said about your crossover? “I’m going to tell you this and I tell everybody this: Allen Iverson carried the basketball,” Hardaway told NBA.com’s Scott Howard-Cooper. “I had the original killer crossover and people are doing my move. They’re not doing Allen Iverson’s move. They’re not doing nobody else’s move. They’re still trying to perfect my move as the killer crossover and it’s my move, all right? That’s the way it is. I brought a unique style to the game.” Iverson: Yeah, I heard about it. B/R: Any response? Iverson: I carried my crossover all the way into the Hall of Fame. So, there you go.
The BIG3 touring basketball league of former NBA players will visit the Wells Fargo Center on July 16, bringing Allen Iverson back to the arena where he starred for the 76ers. Iverson will be one of 40 players in the event, with each of the eight teams getting five players to rotate in three-on-three games. He will be a player-coach for his squad, alongside former NBA journeyman forward DerMarr Johnson and other players to be named.