Allen Iverson is in my opinion the best scorer in the NBA. He is a pure and natural scorer.
Anyone would know this just by seeing that he is 5'11 feet, 165 pounds, and can score 40, 50, 60 plus points almost at will.
He has an unbelievable ability and feel for where he is at all times.
He can make a shot from anywhere on the court.
"AI" is a good shooter...not as good as someone like Ray Allen on this list, but not as bad as Lebron James or Dwayne Wade.
Iverson is unguardable one-on-one. He is probably the fastest player in the NBA.
Maybe he lost half-a-step of his speed, so then that might bring him to be challenged for being the fastest with guys like Leondro Barbosa, TJ Ford, etc.
Allen has arguably the most effective and unstoppable go to move, with his crossover.
Iverson has a hangtime that allows him to float from one side of the base line to the other, or change his mind in the middle of the air. Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkpgnxpZw6Q
Iverson draws fouls better than anyone in the NBA, and he hits the free throws very good too. He has an ability to draw fouls that is almost at will, and he can get to the basket at will as well almost.
Allen Iverson is a phenomenon, especially when it really matters. In the playoffs he always comes up big time. He holds the second highest career playoff scoring average, with only Michael Jordan ahead of him.
Iverson is absolutely amazing in scoring in the clutch. Whenever his teams have needed him to score in late, tight situations, he has "Answered" almost every time. Iverson can score points in a hurry, and get a team 20 points in a quarter.
From moving without the ball, to catching and shooting, to pick and pops, to shooting off the dribble, to creating his own shot, to fade aways, to floaters, to clutch play...etc...Allen Iverson is excellent.
Iverson might draw contact and finish the basket as good or better than anyone ever could. He just has an uncanny ability and feel for when to shot, and he times it correctly with the foul coming too.
Just like one can see in the picture, Allen Iverson is putting the ball in the basket, and he does it the best.