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(Sports Illustrated)   Allen Iverson, who hasn't played in the NBA since February 2010, will announce his retirement from the NBA. What are we talkin' about? Retirement? Come on man. Not a game, but retirement? We talkin' about retirement, man?   (tracking.si.com) divider line 39
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2013-08-21 08:33:45 PM  
Should have announced his retirement with McNabb.
 
2013-08-21 08:34:35 PM  
Barry Bonds should take the hint as well.
 
2013-08-21 08:38:49 PM  
Very underrated career.
 
2013-08-21 08:40:04 PM  

Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.


Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been
 
2013-08-21 09:04:38 PM  
He's been practicing at retirement for a few years now. I guess he's ready for the real deal.
 
2013-08-21 09:12:28 PM  
 
2013-08-21 09:17:17 PM  

Piizzadude: Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.

Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been


No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.
 
2013-08-21 09:19:22 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried


Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense


Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.
 
2013-08-21 09:20:46 PM  
How? Is he going to live in a dumpster? The guy should be trying to get a farking job.
 
2013-08-21 09:21:54 PM  
sportsbycolin.com

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2013-08-21 09:31:01 PM  

Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried

Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense

Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.


1) He never practiced.  Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball.  The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense.  The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons.  The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist.  That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go.  It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.
 
2013-08-21 09:37:51 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried

Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense

Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.

1) He never practiced.  Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball.  The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense.  The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons.  The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist.  That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go.  It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.


Yep - pretty good

That finals game one win was pretty good too.
 
2013-08-21 09:39:34 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried

Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense

Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.

1) He never practiced.  Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball.  The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense.  The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons.  The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist.  That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go.  It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.


The Sixers went to the finals in the 2000/2001 season. Kyle Korver didn't join the team (or the NBA, for that matter) until 2003.
 
2013-08-21 09:42:59 PM  

Mark Ratner: He's been practicing at retirement for a few years now. I guess he's ready for the real deal.


Somebody get the lights on the way out.  This biatch is done.
 
2013-08-21 09:46:37 PM  
Good to see him go out on top.
 
2013-08-21 09:47:16 PM  

Disturbing Porn Choreographer: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried

Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense

Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.

1) He never practiced.  Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball.  The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense.  The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons.  The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist.  That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go.  It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.

The Sixers went to the finals in the 2000/2001 season. Kyle Korver didn't join the team (or the NBA, for that matter) until 2003.


Disturbing Porn Choreographer: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Imagine if he actually tried

Can you expand on this.

AdmirableSnackbar: could stand to be something other than the entire offense

Who did you want him to pass the ball to?

Iverson is one of the most polarizing athletes of my lifetime.

1) He never practiced.  Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball.  The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense.  The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons.  The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist.  That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go.  It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.

The Sixers went to the finals in the 2000/2001 season. Kyle Korver didn't join the team (or the NBA, for that matter) until 2003.


Ah, that's right, that was the Tony Kukoc experiment as the other offensive player.  Can't say I'm a huge 76ers fan (Iverson being one of the reasons why) but I'm from the area and the players all kind of run together.  I just liked Korver because I bought him a beer once at a bar in the suburbs where I never expected to see any pro athlete.
 
2013-08-21 09:50:31 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: 1) He never practiced. Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.


Fair enough but the guy played his balls off during the game.

AdmirableSnackbar: 2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball. The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense. The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons. The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist. That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go. It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.


You have a source for this?  The guys played the same position.  Maybe the Sixers went with Iverson because they though he gave them a better chance to win.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/PHI/1997.html

Take a look at their stats.  They accounted for 8+ TOs a game.  That sucks.  They both needed the ball in their hands.  Maybe it came down to business.  But I may be wrong, I didnt live in Phili at the time.
 
2013-08-21 10:07:29 PM  
Allen Iverson Net WorthHow much is Allen Iverson worth?

-$1 Million

Allen Iverson was born in Virginia and has an estimated net worth of minus $1 million dollars.


Allen Iverson Broke

On February 14th, 2012 a judge in Georgia ordered the seizure of all of Allen Iverson's bank accounts in the wake of the former superstars claims that he was flat broke. This is a shocking revelation considering that during his playing years Iverson earned nearly $155 million in salary. And that figure does not even include the amount of money Allen brought home through endorsement and merchandising deals which is estimated to be an additional $30 - $40 million. Iverson's financial troubles are an unfortunately familiar story for many professional athletes. He allegedly traveled with an entourage of as many as 50 people at times. He showered friends and family, especially his mother, with cars, jewelry, houses and expensive vacations. Allen's most recent financial troubles occurred after a judge ordered him to pay $900,000 to a Georgia jeweler but apparently the former super star does not have the funds to cut the check.
 
2013-08-21 10:19:43 PM  

Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: 1) He never practiced. Yeah, there's that famous quote but that wasn't a one-time event, that was all the time.

Fair enough but the guy played his balls off during the game.


Meaningless.  Practice isn't just about making yourself a better player, it's also about learning how to work with your teammates.  Iverson didn't care about either of those things.  So what if he played hard only when people were paying attention, he was everything a professional athlete should not be and almost as much of a negative to his team as he was a positive - something that isn't said, ever, about great players.

2) He wouldn't allow anyone else on the team who might want the ball. The 6ers had to trade Jerry Stackhouse because Iverson wanted him gone, because he was a potential emerging star and threat to Iverson's all-Iverson offense. The team wasn't going to insult AI by trying to surround him with good offensive weapons. The year they went to the finals, they had Iverson, 10 defensive players, and an Ashton Kutcher-lookalike three-point specialist. That team makeup wasn't by accident and AI didn't drag them farther than they deserved to go. It was Larry Brown trying to assemble something resembling a "team" with AI as a player, which was extremely hard to do.

You have a source for this?  The guys played the same position.  Maybe the Sixers went with Iverson because they though he gave them a better chance to win.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/PHI/1997.html

Take a look at their stats.  They accounted for 8+ TOs a game.  That sucks.  They both needed the ball in their hands.  Maybe it came down to business.  But I may be wrong, I didnt live in Phili at the time.


There are plenty of reports online that detail that the two didn't get along, with Iverson trying to fight Stackhouse at one point during a shootaround before a game.  They were both young players - hell, Stack was in just his third year, AI his second - and both had shown glimpses of greatness.  But AI was the first overall pick and they couldn't trade him.  That was the 6ers organization telling AI that he essentially ran the show so they had to work around that for the rest of his time in Philly.
 
2013-08-21 10:32:55 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: something that isn't said, ever, about great players.


You are not breaking a story here.  I am pretty sure most people say this about Iverson.

AdmirableSnackbar: There are plenty of reports online that detail that the two didn't get along, with Iverson trying to fight Stackhouse at one point during a shootaround before a game. They were both young players - hell, Stack was in just his third year, AI his second - and both had shown glimpses of greatness. But AI was the first overall pick and they couldn't trade him. That was the 6ers organization telling AI that he essentially ran the show so they had to work around that for the rest of his time in Philly.


Look at the stats, including the advanced stats, and tell me which guy you would choose to keep if you were the GM.  He wasnt perfect by any stretch of the imagination but he was pretty farking good.  The Sixers organization got rid of Stack, not Iverson.

Like I said, this guy is one of the most divisive players ever.  He did a lot to drive people away from the NBA (along with Hack-a-Shaq and shiatty refs).  He is an interesting character in NBA history.  I dont necssarily disagree with anything you have said (playing a bit of the devil's advocate) but I am not sure it is fair to blame him for the AI/Stack back court not working.  If Stern had introduced a "two balls in play at the same time" policy, it may have worked out better for Stack.
 
2013-08-21 10:54:52 PM  

Gunny Highway: Look at the stats, including the advanced stats, and tell me which guy you would choose to keep if you were the GM.


That's not the point.  Not by a long shot.  The point is that they could have kept both if it wasn't for Iverson's ego.  There shouldn't have been a need for the GM to make a choice.
 
2013-08-21 11:05:22 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: Look at the stats, including the advanced stats, and tell me which guy you would choose to keep if you were the GM.

That's not the point.  Not by a long shot.  The point is that they could have kept both if it wasn't for Iverson's ego.  There shouldn't have been a need for the GM to make a choice.


They were both SGs.  Did Stack play SF when he was with the Sixers?
 
2013-08-21 11:12:49 PM  

Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: Look at the stats, including the advanced stats, and tell me which guy you would choose to keep if you were the GM.

That's not the point.  Not by a long shot.  The point is that they could have kept both if it wasn't for Iverson's ego.  There shouldn't have been a need for the GM to make a choice.

They were both SGs.  Did Stack play SF when he was with the Sixers?


No, AI played PG with Stack at SG.  They wanted AI to be a point guard and he could have been a great one if he wanted to be, but that would have required effort on his part to learn the game and work with his teammates.  Instead he wanted to be the entire offense so he forced his way over to SG once Stack was gone.
 
2013-08-21 11:21:56 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Piizzadude: Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.

Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been

No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.


Maybe he didn't "play the game the way it was meant to be played", but he was still a tremendous athlete.  There aren't many people who can drag a team to the finals by themselves.

I just looked up basketball-reference.com -- Iverson is one of four players under 6' 5" to ever score more than 30 PPG for a whole season, along with Jerry West (I thought he'd be taller), Tiny Archibald, and Dwyane Wade, and Iverson is the shortest of all of them.  And Archibald and Wade only did it once each, whereas Iverson reached the mark in four separate seasons.  He's the living counterexample to the oft-bandied-about argument that basketball is only for acromegalic freaks of nature.
 
2013-08-21 11:33:40 PM  

RAWISRADFORD: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar:

Yep - pretty good

That finals game one win was pretty good too.


The next four games were my favorite part.
 
2013-08-21 11:41:45 PM  
Thanks everyone for proving my point.

He was a great player, he damn well had a ton of flaws but so do a lot great athletes. The difference is that those players are still revered by their fanbase, Iverson is despised, but hey that is how Philly works and I am just pointing it out.

I hold Kobe up as my prime example. He raped a chick, wanted to be traded how many times? hated more teammates than he liked.

He is still a God in lakerland
 
2013-08-22 12:13:36 AM  
Basktball has not been relevaant since the 91 Bulls.Who the hell cares about this Not Michael Jordon and Not Scotty Pipin schmuch
 
2013-08-22 12:27:30 AM  

Badafuco: RAWISRADFORD: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar:

Yep - pretty good

That finals game one win was pretty good too.

The next four games were my favorite part.


Are you a lakers fan or a AI hater? (Why not both)

Either way what basketball fan wouldn't like the rest of that series

Big shot bob was awesome (lakers rebounded less and shot worse) but were raining

It was B2B (a bad ass fact) - the next years series versus the nets was not as good (though Kidd is always fun to watch and Jefferson's emergence was nice) but the sac series was the fun that year. (Even had Nader talking)

Back to AI - basketball is art - some artists are insufferable

He will deservedly be in the HoF and I am glad I got to watch him play

/ grew up in LA rooting for clips and lakers
// favorite teams of all time: nick at night lakers (got to shake chicks hand during 95 playoffs) - clippers with Fitch as coach (talked to him a million times - access was easy - it may have been just me and billy crystal at some of those games) but he and I shared a chuckle about Bo outlaw shooting free throws once.

/// root for hawks now - but simply love the game and all it's characters - "it's a snack trap" you know you do too - NBA action it's fantastic.
 
2013-08-22 12:30:03 AM  
Whoops slashie 2 should have been labeled csb
 
2013-08-22 12:55:41 AM  

Piizzadude: Thanks everyone for proving my point.

He was a great player, he damn well had a ton of flaws but so do a lot great athletes. The difference is that those players are still revered by their fanbase, Iverson is despised, but hey that is how Philly works and I am just pointing it out.

I hold Kobe up as my prime example. He raped a chick, wanted to be traded how many times? hated more teammates than he liked.

He is still a God in lakerland


Quick - name 5 things Kobe has that AI doesn't.

/Hint: one of these 5 is just like the others
 
2013-08-22 01:02:38 AM  

RAWISRADFORD: It was B2B (a bad ass fact)



Now that's a real Lakers fan.

/from Chapel Hill, lost interest after Worthy. Wish Jamison had been there in his prime.
 
2013-08-22 01:55:43 AM  

Arkanaut: He's the living counterexample to the oft-bandied-about argument that basketball is only for acromegalic freaks of nature.


He was a freak of nature.  He just happened to be packed into a 5'11 160-pound body.  Back in 2006, Bill Simmons wrote that Iverson would have been the best soccer player to ever walk the Earth, and in spite of how nebulous those sort of vague comparisons and assertions tend to be, it's good enough to sound true.  Putting up 27 points a game at that height, at that size, banging against players of that height and size is just absurd.
 
2013-08-22 02:48:57 AM  

Piizzadude: Thanks everyone for proving my point.

He was a great player, he damn well had a ton of flaws but so do a lot great athletes. The difference is that those players are still revered by their fanbase, Iverson is despised, but hey that is how Philly works and I am just pointing it out.

I hold Kobe up as my prime example. He raped a chick, wanted to be traded how many times? hated more teammates than he liked.

He is still a God in lakerland



He was honored at a Sixers game this past season. I don't remember hearing too many boos.
 
2013-08-22 04:27:28 AM  

RAWISRADFORD: Badafuco: RAWISRADFORD: AdmirableSnackbar: Gunny Highway: AdmirableSnackbar:

Yep - pretty good

That finals game one win was pretty good too.

The next four games were my favorite part.

Are you a lakers fan or a AI hater? (Why not both)

Either way what basketball fan wouldn't like the rest of that series

Big shot bob was awesome (lakers rebounded less and shot worse) but were raining

It was B2B (a bad ass fact) - the next years series versus the nets was not as good (though Kidd is always fun to watch and Jefferson's emergence was nice) but the sac series was the fun that year. (Even had Nader talking)

Back to AI - basketball is art - some artists are insufferable

He will deservedly be in the HoF and I am glad I got to watch him play

/ grew up in LA rooting for clips and lakers
// favorite teams of all time: nick at night lakers (got to shake chicks hand during 95 playoffs) - clippers with Fitch as coach (talked to him a million times - access was easy - it may have been just me and billy crystal at some of those games) but he and I shared a chuckle about Bo outlaw shooting free throws once.

/// root for hawks now - but simply love the game and all it's characters - "it's a snack trap" you know you do too - NBA action it's fantastic.


Yeah, I forgot my slashie indicating my bias

/Lakers fan
//Raised in So. Cal.
///Three-point slashie at the buzzer!
 
2013-08-22 05:37:01 AM  

AdmirableSnackbar: No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.


Dude took the garbage 76ers to the Finals.
 
2013-08-22 07:21:09 AM  

AdmirableSnackbar: Piizzadude: Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.

Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been

No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.


Why can't he both be great and a cautionary tale? I get that perhaps everyone has a different definition of "great", but I think AI is a hall of famer, DESPITE being everything an athlete shouldn't be. He was an absolutely amazing scorer, one of the most gifted men to ever grace the court. He is absolutely a contributor to NBA lore (for good and bad reasons), and should be remembered for said contributions.
 
2013-08-22 08:01:41 AM  

lacydog: AdmirableSnackbar: Piizzadude: Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.

Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been

No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.

Why can't he both be great and a cautionary tale? I get that perhaps everyone has a different definition of "great", but I think AI is a hall of famer, DESPITE being everything an athlete shouldn't be. He was an absolutely amazing scorer, one of the most gifted men to ever grace the court. He is absolutely a contributor to NBA lore (for good and bad reasons), and should be remembered for said contributions.


Agreed. Though the league is just now recovering from his style of basketball. God damn the nba sucked for a while.
 
2013-08-22 08:28:59 AM  

drewsclues: lacydog: AdmirableSnackbar: Piizzadude: Lost Thought 00: Very underrated career.

Not in Philly, just not respected as he should have been

No, Iverson doesn't deserve much respect.  Sure he was fun to watch, but that doesn't mean he's a great player.  His career was style over substance.  Imagine if he actually tried, could stand to be something other than the entire offense, and worked to make his teammates better.  He should be a cautionary tale not someone worthy of praise.

Why can't he both be great and a cautionary tale? I get that perhaps everyone has a different definition of "great", but I think AI is a hall of famer, DESPITE being everything an athlete shouldn't be. He was an absolutely amazing scorer, one of the most gifted men to ever grace the court. He is absolutely a contributor to NBA lore (for good and bad reasons), and should be remembered for said contributions.

Agreed. Though the league is just now recovering from his style of basketball. God damn the nba sucked for a while.


Was he the first ALL ME scorer who couldnt lead his team to a championship?  It seems to me that this was not a new phenomenon.  Or was he the first ALL ME guy who also had a mean streak, issues with the law, a style and background few fans understood, and an attitude that pissed people off?

The league went where it went for a lot of reasons.  AI seems to get all the blame for that for some reason.

But I like lacydog's response a lot.
 
2013-08-22 09:06:21 AM  

Mike_LowELL: Arkanaut: He's the living counterexample to the oft-bandied-about argument that basketball is only for acromegalic freaks of nature.

He was a freak of nature.  He just happened to be packed into a 5'11 160-pound body.  Back in 2006, Bill Simmons wrote that Iverson would have been the best soccer player to ever walk the Earth, and in spite of how nebulous those sort of vague comparisons and assertions tend to be, it's good enough to sound true.  Putting up 27 points a game at that height, at that size, banging against players of that height and size is just absurd.


Fair enough -- but he gives us "little guys" some hope.
 
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