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Because Caliendo’s “reading” of Iverson’s infamous rant was so damn funny, we’re offering hundreds of **FREE** SportsGrid beer koozies to anyone ballsy enough to record their own version, in any voice you deem appropriate/can do reasonably well.
Allen Iverson is trying to infiltrate pop culture again, and, completely unrelated, Joe Maddon is helping him.
The #1 pick in the best draft class of all-time has finally hung up his zipper-shoes. Good night, sweet prince. The best crossovers he ever gave us, after the jump…
Gary Payton Got Drunk And Inspired Allen Iverson To Mock ‘Practice’ In His Infamous Press Conference
From 1980-2013, the Big East Tournament reigned as the single most exciting event in college sports. There were no obscure teams. No lopsided match ups. And no mention of anything North Carolina related for 5 days. The most physical, most competitive conference tournament in NCAA basketball will be missed. Good night, sweet prince…
This crossword puzzle will make you feel like a genius. Will Shortz doesn’t hold a candle to Allen Iverson.
Allen Iverson Delivered The Game Ball For Game 6 Of The Celtics-Sixers Series, And It Was A Nice Moment
Holding the game ball and greeting executives, fans and players, Allen Iverson emerged from the tunnel to the raucous applause of the Philadelphia crowd waiting for their Sixers to win Game Six and send the Philly-Boston series back to Massachusetts for Game 7. It wasn’t quite touching, but definitely heartwarming – especially for a player as beloved and hated as Iverson.
A lot has happened on the May 7ths of history. Germany surrendered in World War II. Johnny Unitas was born. But one May 7 event stands – nay, towers – above the rest. It happened one decade ago today. Watch it above.
Allen Iverson’s estranged wife wants to know the name and phone number of every woman he’s had sex with since their 2001 wedding day. The request is a ludicrous one, and is likely a power play by Iverson’s soon-to-be-ex. But holy moly, we can only imagine the potential research (and amount of printer paper) that would go into such a legal document. More, after the jump.
Apparently this is what happens when you’re broke and no NBA team wants to sign you. The one-time MVP and 11-time All-Star, Allen Iverson, is reportedly signing at some point today to play basketball professionally in Venezuela. After losing some $150 million and failing to get the attention of prospective pro suitors here in the US, Iverson will now lace up for Guaros de Lara, who are now no longer in the market for a point guard. So, there’s that. [Sportando]