Larry Brown where are you? Iverson and former coach Larry Brown were the driving forces in the Sixers reaching the 2000-01 NBA Finals. Iverson was named league MVP for his efforts, as well as MVP of the all-star game, while Brown earned NBA Coach of the Year honors that season.
He brought a lot of excitement here,Brown said. accomplished a lot of unbelievable things.
And from what I have read .. Brown knows how to coach this talent.
I am going to miss Iverson. I used to live in Philly when Iverson was there and he had a big following. I remember going to games just to watch him break someone's ankles. He was awesome to watch, I saw his statement about retirement and I think it is only temporary and I think he will be back before the season is over. He just wants to start for a team rather play as a back up coming off of the bench. He is a starter and for someone who has been around for 14 years he is still very quick can hang with the young guns out in the league now. Hopefully he will be back with a good team and win a championship before he retires for good.
by Steven Escareno5 years ago
Well, you can make a strong case for him that's for sure. Then again, you could argue that he's never been a great x's and o's guy because he's always had the luxury of having an assistant coach in Tex Winter that...
by fishskinfreak20088 years ago
The Pistons are 25-21 and they've lost 9 out of their last 12 games. It's unfiar to blame it solely on Iverson, a perennial All-Star and former league MVP although his average of 17.8 is his worst. Basketball is a team...
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