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A Republican presidential candidate would love to see A.I. in CLE

You never know what you're going to get on a given day when it comes to the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. On this day, it's Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich telling TMZ he'd love to see Allen Iverson on the Cleveland Cavaliers. What, you say? The 40-year-old hasn't been in the NBA in five years but apparently rumors surfaced...
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Governor of Ohio wants the Cavaliers to sign Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson hasn't played NBA basketball in several seasons, and he is officially eligible for Hall-of-Fame induction next summer, but rumors of his return to basketball persist. Consider the governor of Ohio among those that would like to see 'The Answer' back in the NBA and suiting up alongside LeBron James for the Cleveland Cavaliers next season.When asked by TMZ about the Iverson...
Via Around the Arc
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Sixers Talk: Allen Iverson’s case to be a first-ballot hall of famer

Allen Iverson had a fantastic career in Philadelphia, where he cemented himself as a basketball legend. He will be eligible to be in the hall of fame in 2016.  Allen Iverson was a stud in college. He attended Georgetown University, where he played basketball for 2 years. He set the school record for highest points per game average, when he scored 22.9 PPG, and won Big East Defensive...
Via Complete Philly Coverage
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Allen Iverson wants Sixers’ exec job: ‘I’m a basketball genius’

When former Philadelphia 76ers head coach Larry Brown lobbied the team earlier this week to consider hiring Allen Iverson as an assistant general manager, it took some people by surprise. Iverson, of course, was not one of them. On Thursday, Iverson followed Brown’s endorsement by trying to pitch himself to the Sixers. “I may not...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Stephen A. Smith: Drunk Allen Iverson story is a ‘flat out lie’

Stephen A. Smith insists Allen Iverson was not intoxicated when the former NBA star went on his infamous “practice” rant in 2002, and Smith defended Iverson in the most Stephen A. Smith-way possible on Friday morning. During the latest edition of the insufferable “First Take,” Smith spent more than five minutes ranting about how close...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Allen Iverson was supposedly drunk during ‘practice’ rant

Allen Iverson’s “practice” rant is easily one of the most infamous exchanges a professional athlete has ever had with the media. And more than 10 years later, we’re getting a better idea of why Iverson may have been so testy. Was he boozing before he took the podium? Kent Babb of the Washington Post published...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Biography: Allen Iverson once threatened to have wife killed

  Allen Iverson was a great basketball player. He was not, however, a very good person — at least according to allegations in a new biography about the former NBA superstar.   The book “Not a Game: The Incredible Rise and Unthinkable Fall of Allen Iverson” was written by journalist Kent Babb and released earlier in the week. Deadspin’s Drew Magary read the biography...
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Iverson allegedly could drop $30K in one strip club visit

It’s been well-documented that Allen Iverson has experienced significant financial issues following his NBA career. A story relayed by a former teammate indicates that the supremely talented point guard used to blow through obscene amounts of money on a routine basis, especially if a visit to a strip club was on the itinerary. Current Los...Read More The post Ex-teammate: Allen...
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April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Allen Iverson: 'Practice' would be a problem if he coached

Don’t expect Allen Iverson’s successful career handling the basketball to transition into a career handling a clipboard. The former Philadelphia 76ers guard, who’s infamous practice rant went down as one of the best press conferences ever, has made it clear that he never wanted to become a head coach in the NBA. Things are probably better off this way, as he also confirmed...
November 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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