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The word on Allen Iverson wanting to make a comeback to the NBA is out. He apparently is willing to play in minor leagues if it leads to a spot on an NBA roster. Evidently the Venezuelan League qualifies. If true, that move may be more about Iverson’s financial troubles than securing a [...]
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The word on Allen Iverson wanting to make a comeback to the NBA is out. He apparently is willing to play in minor leagues if it leads to a spot on an NBA roster. Evidently the Venezuelan League qualifies. If true, that move may be more about Iverson’s financial troubles than securing a spot with an NBA team in the immediate future. Last month the one-time MVP of the Philadelphia...
Allen Iverson has caught the eye from a professional team - although perhaps not one for which he ever envisioned playing.
Why, you ask? Well, the former NBA MVP will be trading in his basketball for a soccer one.
Iverson was offered a contract with the Rochester Lancers of the Major Indoor Soccer League.
He would be in line to make $20,000 per game to play in the team's remaining...
Recently, we’ve heard about Allen Iverson possibly taking his talents to South America, and now the latest rumor is that The Answer would be willing to do a stint in the D-League, if it gave him a shot at returning to the NBA. (*Sigh) From ESPN: “Iverson is willing to play in the Caribbean, in South America or even in the D-League if it gives him a chance to return to the NBA...
According to a report from Sportando.net, Allen Iverson has reached an agreement with Guaros de Lara. The team is set to announce it soon.
Allen Iverson is having trouble getting back into the NBA, but a pro team in another sport has offered Iverson a contract.
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by Ryne Nelson / @slaman10
Jorge Hernandez was certain Allen Iverson would put basketball on the map in Venezuela—up until last night. Hernandez, co-owner of Guaros de Lara in the Venezuelan League, was to introduce Iverson today as the team’s new point guard. Playing alongside Smush Parker, Iverson would bring unprecedented attention to Guaros.
“Everything was ready for his...