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Allen Iverson rips into federal lawyer at deposition

At least he wasn't talking about practice. Allen Iverson submitted another entry into the all-time rant hall of fame with a combative deposition in Detroit, where he was being sued in federal court for his alleged role in a 2009 bar fight. A judge on Tuesday dismissed the $2.5 million lawsuit, but that was only half the news. Portions of the transcript from the deposition in...

Bar-fight suit against Iverson dismissed

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against former NBA star Allen Iverson over a 2009 bar fight. Federal Judge Nancy Edmunds found no evidence that Iverson punched an Ohio man or that the man who struck him was linked to the player, The Detroit News reported Tuesday. Lawyer Michael Cafferty said Iverson feels vindicated. Guy Walker plans to appeal. Walker claims he was assaulted by...

Judge dismisses bar-fight lawsuit against Iverson

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against former NBA star and Detroit Piston Allen Iverson over a 2009 bar fight. The Detroit News (http://bit.ly/sUVdGb ) reports Tuesday that federal Judge Nancy Edmunds found no evidence that Iverson punched an Ohio man or that the man who struck him was linked to the player. Lawyer Michael Cafferty said Iverson feels vindicated. Guy Walker plans...

A.I. to Lawyer: I Ain’t No &*^$ Mob Boss

Former 76er Allen Iverson unleashed a wrath of fury in an August deposition with Washington, D.C. lawyer Gregory Lattimer, according to The Detroit News. If you ask A.I., it was well-deserved. Lattimer has been hired to sue Iverson three times. The most recent because of a Detroit bar fight for which he was sued for $2.5M. Lucky for the unlucky ex-NBAer, a judge dismissed the case...

Allen Iverson Said He’s ‘No Mob Boss’, Had Lawsuit Dismissed

Allen Iverson, it turns out, is just as aggressive in the courtroom as he used to be on the basketball floor. The Detroit News captures an amazing scene from A.I.’s last court hearing: “Iverson sat for a combative deposition in August during which he spoke for the first time about a much-publicized Detroit bar fight that led to him being sued for $2.5 million in federal court...

Lawsuit against Allen Iverson dismissed in Detroit

"I get sued for stuff I don't got nothing to do with. I ain't involved with. Ain't nobody never said ... I touched them," Iverson, 36, said. "I don't do nothing to nobody, buddy."

Allen Iverson Wants to Play for the Boston Celtics

by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni Time and again since his NBA career was derailed, Allen Iverson has insisted to anyone willing to listen that he’d agree to play any role for any team in the L that wanted to take a chance on him. But if he had his pick of teams, Iverson has a special preference for the Boston Celtics. According to Allen Iverson’s manager, Gary Moore, A.I...

Allen Iverson can picture himself in Boston green

When we were talking about Boston needing a veteran backup point guard for Rajon Rondo, this is not exactly what we had in mind. Allen Iverson — out of the NBA last season but trying to get back in — is interested in playing for the Celtics, his manger Gary Moore told the Boston Globe (via…

Iverson tells lawyer to “go to hell,” gets lawsuit dismissed

Allen Iverson got a win Tuesday. A federal judge in Detroit has dismissed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Iverson, tied to an incident in a bar from 2009. That’s good for Iverson, but it’s not really the best part of this story. The Detroit News (via Deadspin) got a hold of Iverson’s deposition at the…
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