Appearing in the broadcast booth with Marc Zumoff and Malik Allen on Wednesday night, Iverson revealed that he would like to join the Sixers front office. “I have a relationship with these fans like no other. And with this city and with this organization,” Iverson explained of his ties to Philadelphia. “Anything I can do to help, I’m here.” The conversation then turned to Iverson’s post-retirement plans, and if he would like to remain around the game, potentially in a front office capacity. “I would like to be even in that war room,” Iverson replied. “Even if they don’t go with my decision or whatever, just to have an opinion and putting out what I think and trusting the organization to do what’s right.”
November 27, 2015 | 2:55 pm EST Update
“It was definitely dumb on my part,” he said Friday of the incident. “It’s something that I am embarrassed about . [He’s] still dealing with the league and the team. But I’m not happy about it at all. But we are still going to through the process of what we are going to do.” Okafor said he told Sixers coach Brett Brown about the altercation Thursday afternoon was boarding the plan to Houston.
Bill Oram: Byron Scott says its rest vs. rust with Kobe on determining back-to-backs. “It’s a hell of a balance,” Byron Scott said.
Brian Windhorst: NBA suspended Bucks coach Jason Kidd for tonight’s game at Magic for “aggressively pursuing and confronting a game official” on Wednesday. Joe Prunty will coach the Bucks in place of Jason Kidd tonight. Previously took over for Kidd in Brooklyn when he was suspended.