Where Will Allen Iverson Go

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Where Will Allen Iverson Go
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 Allen Iverson is a Free Agent and still not signed. He is not signed yet but there are 2 teams that are interested in him. The 2 teams are the Miami Heat and the other is the Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies seem more interested. The Grizzlies are saying they are just exploring. Dwayne Wade welcomes the idea of signing Allen Iverson and said with Allen Iverson, you look at a guy who is one of the best ever that put on a NBA jersey. A guy who can still score on the right offense, in the right flow so you can never turn your nose up on a guy like Allen Iverson.

If Allen Iverson goes to the Grizzlies they might not make it to the playoffs but the Western Conference is very tight so they might have a great chance making it to the playoffs. The Grizzlies have Rudy Gay and O.J. Mayo so if they get Allen Iverson they can get a great Big 3.

Dwayne Wade wants the Miami Heat to be a Championship Contender. Will Allen Iverson help the Miami Heat become a Championship Contender? If Allen Iverson goes to the Heat will both Allen Iverson's and Dwayne Wade's PPG be the same? Probably Not. But they are the top 3 scorers in the NBA and I think they will both average around 28-33 PPG and the rest of their teammates PPG will go down. I think Dwayne Wade and Allen Iverson will be almost all of the scorers in the team.

If surprisingly none of those teams get him then Larry Brown will probably sign him. But I don't think it will happen. I think the Heat will sign him. The Grizzlies were saying they were just exploring. I think the Grizzlies are just searching if they can get a good deal with Allen Iverson. The Heat need to be a Championship Contending team for Dwayne Wade and Allen Iverson might be the person that will make this team a Champion Contender.

How far will they go with Allen Iverson? With the Grizzlies they might lose in the First Round of the playoffs. With The Heat they might lose in the second round.

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