Found October 24, 2011 on Buzz On Broad:
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Allen Iverson may not be with an NBA team, but that apparently will not stop him from getting in on the lockout inspired NBA All-Star pick up games. "The Answer", who was surprisingly absent from the Battle of I-95 game last month, will reportedly host a two-day tournament next month on November 12th and 13th. The tournament will consist of 4 teams, and current NBA players Kevin Durant, Paul Pierce and Amar'e Stoudemire are reportedly set to play. The tournament is a step up from the single game charity events that have been taking place with the NBA still locked out. While the majority of these games have been for fun, they do competitive at the end. It's safe to say that in a tournament style situation, it could be the most competitive basketball fans have seen since the NBA Finals ended. Iverson has made no secret about his desire to return to the NBA, and this tournament is likely a publicity stunt to show that he can still run with the NBA's best.
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