How About The Thunder?

thebestanswer2Contributor IAugust 8, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 07:  Allen Iverson #1 of the Detroit Pistons drives past Brook Lopez #11 of the New Jersey Nets during their game November 7, 2008 at the Izod Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

So Iverson is still without a team. There are rumors that he might got to Olympiacos, Indiana, Houston, etc. Indiana would be nice, with Danny Granger, but I'll save that for another article. I think that he should go to the Thunder. They offered him a five or six million dollar contract for one year.

This would be great because Oklahoma City need a good scorer and steals for fast breaks. Iverson could talk to the less- experienced Russell Westbrook (an already improving point guard) about getting more complete.

Kevin Durant is an extraordinary shooter, under pressure, too (like Kobe). We all know Durant can dunk (like Lebron). So a combination of Lebron James and Kobe Bryant. I smell a future Hall of Famer! His long lanky arms are down to his knees! Look at this Link.

The Iverson-Durant duo would be hard to defend against. Westbrook would pass to Allen, he'll draw the double team like he always does, Durant cuts to the basket and gets the alley-oop. This play would not only get them popular, but get them points. And if they get points they win games. If they win games they get more people in the stands.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are one of the youngest teams in the NBA. It would be great for AI to go there because he could mentor the whole team, especially the stars.