Allen Iverson

Professional Basketball Player (now retired)

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Full Name:Allen Ezail Iverson

Nick Name:AI, The Answer, Mr. Crossover, Ivy

Nationality:American

Bornplace:Hampton, Virginia, United States

Date of Birth:June 7, 1975

Age:42

Zodiac Signs:Gemini

Race:Black

Religion:Iverson believes in God.

Height:6 ft or 183 cm

Weight:75 kg or 165 lbs

Hair Color:Black

Eye Color:Dark Brown

Measurements:Allen Iverson’s body specifications may be –

Shoe Size:11 (US) or 10.5 (UK) or 45 (EU)

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Distinctive Features:

  • More solo than a team player
  • Strength and Size

Sexual Orientation:Straight

Family:

  • Siblings: Brandy Iverson (Sister), Mister Allen Iverson (Brother), Iiesha Iverson (Sister)
  • Father: Allen Broughton
  • Mother: Ann Iverson

Best Known For:His toughness and passion for the game, his personality and character, his crossover and scoring ability.

Education:Iverson went to Bethel High School where he competed as a quarterback, running back, kick returner and defensive back for the Bethel’s football team. Allen also performed as a starting point guard for the basketball team.

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Allen Iverson Favorites:

  • Spot in Turkey: T.G.I Friday’s

Do You Know These Facts:

  1. The fighting incident he was involved in has been explored in the documentary movie No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson (2010).
  2. In his freshman year at Georgetown University, Iverson achieved the Big East Rookie of the Year award. He was also selected to the All-Rookie Tournament First Team.
  3. He was chosen as the 1st pick in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers.
  4. Before the 1999 / 2000 NBA season, Iverson penned a new six-year contract worth 70 million dollars.
  5. He competed for the East at the 2000 NBA All-Star. That was his first All-Star appearance.
  6. Iverson once stated that Larry Brown (His coach at Philadelphia 76ers) was the best coach in the world.
  7. During the 2003-2004 season, there were many incidents between Iverson and 76ers trainer Randy Ayers. Allen missed a lot of practices and had lots of confrontations with the coach which led to Philadelphia’s worst record for the first time since 1997. The team also failed to reach a spot in the playoffs.
  8. On December 19, 2006, Allen got traded along with Ivan McFarlin to the Denver Nuggets in substitute for Andre Miller, Joe Smith and two first-round picks in the 2007 NBA Draft.
  9. On March 19, 2008, Allen shifted back to Philadelphia 76ers.
  10. On November 3, 2008, Iverson signed with the Detroit Pistons after he got traded for Chauncey Billups, Antonio McDyess, and Cheikh Samb.
  11. He signed a deal with the Memphis Grizzlies on September 10, 2009. However, Iverson played in only three games for the Grizzlies as he was released by the team.
  12. Allen again returned back to Philadelphia on December 7, 2009. He agreed to a non guaranteed deal worth 1.3 million dollars minimum salary for players who have minimum of 10 years of experience in the NBA.
  13. On October 26, 2010, Iverson penned a two-year deal with the Turkish TBL team Besiktas for a price of 4 million dollars.
  14. In January 2013, Allen was offered a spot in the Texas Legends team in the NBA D-League. Eventually, AI did not accept the offer.
  15. On October 30, 2013, Iverson officially retired from the game of basketball.
  16. His number 3 was retired by the Philadelphia 76ers in a halftime ceremony on March 1, 2014, during a game between the Sixers and Washington Wizards.
  17. He competed and won the gold medal as a member of USA’s World University Games Team in Japan in 1995.
  18. In the summer of 1997, Iverson was charged with possessing marijuana and for carrying a concealed weapon.
  19. In 2005, his bodyguard punched a man at Washington D.C. nightclub. He suffered a concussion, burst blood vessel in one of his eyes, torn rotator cuff, a ruptured eardrum and a lot of bruises and cuts.
  20. Check AI’s official website @ alleniverson3.net.
  21. Follow Iverson on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.