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Stats as a Sixer: 28.3 PPG, 6.8 APG
A man who could score at will, one of the most fun to watch players of all time and my favorite player ever to wear a Sixers uniform.
Allen Iverson is said to be one of the greatest and most "fun to watch" athletes to play the sport. The way he took over games was amazing; his game screamed, "Give me the ball, and I'll put it in the net."
Some may say he was cocky, but it was a trait that fit him well. He and everyone else knew he was good and knew he could tear it up on the basketball court. So, why not speak the truth?
Allen Iverson led the Sixers to an NBA Finals appearance in 2001 for the first time since 1982. He literally put the team on his back along with head coach Larry Brown and went to the Finals.
Unfortunately they did lose, but it was to an unstoppable duo of Kobe and Shaq.
Even though he did not win a championship with the Sixers, he made the Sixers contenders for five straight years (this was without a great supporting cast).
Iverson won the MVP award in 2001, and 11-time All-Star and a four-time scoring champion.
In his prime, Iverson could do anything and this was playing in an era where the big men were dominant.
In 12 seasons as a Sixer, Iverson proved he was one of the greatest to ever play the game. And despite a bad separation, he will always be remembered for the great things he accomplished on the basketball court.