Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career

Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career

Postby Kobe8Fan on Sun Nov 13, 2011 11:58 am

A place on Celtics bench would sit well with Iverson

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By Gary Washburn
Globe Staff / November 13, 2011

There is a group of veteran players looking to return to the NBA if the lockout ends soon. One of those players should be intriguing to the Celtics, who will have to fill six roster spots with inexpensive veteran talent prepared to help for one last title run.

Allen Iverson has been looking for NBA work for a while now, essentially banishing himself from the league with a series of personal problems and flakiness. The widespread perception is that Iverson refused to accept that his once immense skills had declined to the point where he could no longer produce as a starter.

Unable to deal with that, Iverson pouted his way out of Detroit, Memphis, and Philadelphia.

Now, after a year off, Iverson said he is ready to end his career in a more heartening fashion. Knowing that the Celtics will be seeking help, Iverson’s manager, Gary Moore, told the Globe his client would love to come to Boston.

“I have already spoken to Allen about that and many other opportunities, and of course he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA but Boston is particularly attractive to him,’’ Moore said, “because of Danny Ainge, the organization, and one of the most respected coaches he knows in the business in Doc Rivers.

“He has the utmost respect for Doc Rivers and the current roster of players. Allen would relish the opportunity to play in that organization.’’

Iverson turned off many NBA executives by leaving the Grizzles because they used him as a bench player. He persuaded the 76ers that he was ready to return to form and contribute to a young team but he left the club because of personal issues and never returned. He hasn’t played in the NBA since February 2010, and even a brief stint with a Turkish team ended prematurely because of a calf injury.

Moore said Iverson has regained his desire to play, resolved his personal problems, and will accept a bench role.

“Allen has a lot of respect for the league and for the game and those who came before him,’’ Moore said. “But to get back into the league and to leave the way that he deserves to leave, that is very near and dear to him. It means the world to him.’’

With Rajon Rondo locked in as the Celtics point guard and Ray Allen as the shooting guard, Iverson’s role would likely be as a scorer off the bench. In Detroit and Memphis, he created issues because he demanded to start.

“I think that is so overplayed,’’ Moore said. “He said it on more than one occasion. And I’ve always known that. I think it was taken out of context. Allen would accept any role. Anything he can do to help a ball team is what he will be able to do.’’Continued...

Iverson thought he was headed to Boston in a draft-night trade in 2006 for Wally Szczerbiak and the seventh overall pick, a selection the Celtics eventually traded to the Trail Blazers.

“He was really looking forward to the opportunity,’’ Moore said. “And to come back there, why not come back? Why not the Celtics?’’

The Celtics also considered Iverson before he signed with the Grizzlies.

Acquiring Iverson would likely need the approval of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Allen, all of whom know him from All-Star Games and from years of going up against his teams.

Moore said Iverson is working with a personal trainer in Atlanta, trying to return to top shape. He underwent calf surgery a year ago but has not sustained any major injuries in his career - a career in which he has logged more than 37,000 minutes.

In his prime, the 6-foot Iverson was one of the league’s most dynamic players, averaging 30 or more points in four seasons. But he began to lose his luster after being traded to Denver in December 2006. Pistons general manager Joe Dumars thought Iverson could be the missing element in Detroit, so he traded the popular Chauncey Billups to Denver in November 2008.

Iverson demanded to coach Michael Curry that he start, pushing Richard Hamilton to the bench, a move that destroyed team chemistry. The Pistons allowed Iverson to leave via free agency and his reputation was so poor that only the Grizzlies would offer him a contract. Looking for a fan attraction, they signed him to a one-year contract that lasted three games.

“If most people would just look at Allen and judge him from knowing him and not what they are told, then they would have a much better understanding of him,’’ Moore said. “He doesn’t want anyone to assume anything. He just wants to play. That’s all.’’


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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby kenzo on Sun Nov 13, 2011 2:01 pm

Ohh nooooosss. We're doomed.
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby BadCoaching on Sun Nov 13, 2011 3:19 pm

We can't allow this to happen... AI on the Celtics = Championship.

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby abeer3 on Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:04 pm

sad how he dropped off a cliff.
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby Rooscooter on Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:09 pm

AI would really like to make some money....... that is the real reason for his "return". 2 foreclosures and back taxes to the tune of 8+Mil will give you a yearnin' to play for even the Celtics....
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby Heavier Than Heaven on Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:31 pm

He would love to join any team willing to take him.
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby Lakeshow24 on Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:21 pm

Al would love a spot in the WNBA at this point.
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby abeer3 on Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:12 am

jokes aside: is broken iverson better than what fish and blake provided last year?

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby lakerfan2 on Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:24 am

BadCoaching wrote:We can't allow this to happen... AI on the Celtics = Championship.

DO IT MITCH, DO IT BEFORE BOSTON.

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby 24fanyes on Tue Nov 15, 2011 12:33 pm

AI sucks
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Allen Iverson Hoping For A Comeback

Postby Kobe8Fan on Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:38 am

Allen Iverson Hoping For A Comeback

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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby dj vitus on Wed Feb 01, 2012 2:06 pm

I thought the Cs couldn't get any older, but I guess they can. :man10: Who are they going to sign next? Cedric Ceballos? :freak2:
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Re: Allen Iverson Would Love To Join The Celtics

Postby Doc Brown on Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:14 pm

Allen Iverson to the Celtics....

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Allen Iverson Open To Playing In China Next Season

Postby Kobe8Fan on Fri Apr 27, 2012 5:53 pm

Allen Iverson Open To Playing In China Next Season

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Allen Iverson captured headlines in China yesterday after arriving in Shanghai has part of an exhibition tour that will travel around China for the next two weeks, but he has captured the imagination of media and fans after indicating he’s open to the idea of playing in the Chinese Basketball Association next season.

Iverson is currently in China for the next two weeks as part of an NBA Legends Tour that will play seven exhibition games in six cities across central and southern China. Shorty after getting on the ground from the U.S. yesterday morning, he fielded questions from Chinese reporters and when when asked if he’d consider playing in the CBA next season, he replied: “Why not?”

Iverson has been out of professional basketball since January 2011, when he left Turkish outfit Besiktas after he injured his right calf muscle.

This is not the first time Iverson has been linked with a move to the CBA: He flirted with the idea of playing in China in the summer/fall of 2010 and had several serious offers, including a reported $4 million contract from Foshan. Iverson ended up declining Foshan and all other teams, and signed a two-year deal with Bestikas shortly after in October.

At this point, there is no indication as to which teams Iverson would be open towards joining.

Though the 11-time NBA All-Star rejected Chinese overtures in 2010, things could be different this time around if he is indeed serious about playing basketball. After an inconsistent stint in Turkey, big money European offers are likely off the table which means the best spot for a large contract would be China, where he is beloved by fans and widely recognized as one of the most popular NBA players of all-time.

But maybe more importantly, Iverson has a valuable ally in his Chinese corner this time, Stephon Marbury.

Fresh off of leading the Beijing Shougang Ducks to their first ever CBA championship, Marbury has grown into a bonefied superstar in China and has been called a hero of Beijing by the city’s millions of inhabitants. Due to a CBA rule that limits both the regular season and Finals MVP award to Chinese players, popular Chinese basketball website, hoopCHINA, has lead a campaign to build Marbury a bronze statue that will commemorate his season in Beijing, a project that has garnered the support of more than 1 million people in China.

How that relates to Iverson’s potential career in China isn’t hard to guess. Marbury continues to sell his Starbury line of apparel to the Chinese market. With Iverson likely keen on the idea branding himself to China’s estimated 300+ million basketball fans, Marbury would be the ideal example for the 36 year-old to follow if he indeed ended up playing here next season.

Marbury, who will play against Iverson for the Legends Tour’s first thee games, returned to Beijing yesterday after a short trip to the United States and was immediately supportive of Iverson joining up with a Chinese team next season.

“I think [Iverson] will be rejuvenated if he played in China,” Marbury said on his Sina Weibo account (Chinese Twitter). “He would love the fans here if he played basketball here. I hope he can feel the love when he plays here in the coming games.”

Besides Iverson and Marbury, the tour includes Dennis Rodman, who also landed with Iverson in Shanghai yesterday, as well as Clyde Drexler and Shawn Kemp. The Legends team will play the first three games against Marbury and the Beijing Ducks, the first of which is tomorrow night in Cixi, Zhejiang province. They’ll then play their next three against the Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons, who lost to Beijing in the semi-finals this season, before playing the Chinese U-23 Olympic National Team in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, for the finale.

The Ducks will be short of their other import player, Randolph Morris, who elected to remain in the U.S., Lee Hsueh-lin, who is back in his native Taiwan, as well as Zhai Xiaochuan and Zhu Yanxi, who are in Sanya training with the China Senior National Team.

In 14 seasons, Iverson averaged 26.7 points, 6.2 assists and 2.2 steals. His accolades include an NBA Rookie of the Year award, an NBA MVP, an NBA Finals appearance, four scoring titles and seven All-NBA Team selections. He is currently the 17th all-time leading scorer in NBA history with 24,368 points.

The Legends Tour schedule is as follows:

April 28th: Cixi (vs. Beijing Shougang)

April 30th: Wuxi (vs. Beijing Shougang)

May 3rd: Shenhen (vs. Beijing Shougang)

May 5th: Linyi (vs. Shanxi Zhongyu)

May 7th: Dongying (vs. Shanxi Zhongyu)

May 9th: Taiyuan (vs. Shanxi Zhongyu)

May 11th: Taiyuan (vs. China Olympic National Team)


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Knicks Have No Interest In Allen Iverson

Postby Kobe8Fan on Sun May 27, 2012 12:09 pm

Knicks Have No Interest In Allen Iverson

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By MARC BERMAN
Last Updated: 5:49 AM, May 27, 2012

The Knicks desperately need guards. Allen Iverson desperately needs a job.

But The Post has learned Iverson is one CAA client the Knicks won’t pursue, deeming it too big a gamble. The mercurial 76ers great appeared in Philadelphia on Wednesday for his former team’s Game 6 against the Celtics and told a national TV audience: “I want to play basketball so bad.”

Knicks coach Mike Woodson was on Larry Brown’s Sixers staff for two seasons coaching Iverson, 36, who last played in Turkey in 2010-11.

Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald acknowledged on Friday’s conference call announcing Woodson’s new contract that the Knicks will seek to solidify the backcourt this offseason. Even if they re-sign point guard Jeremy Lin and shooting guard Landry Fields, which Grunwald says is the plan, the Knicks need help.

Rookie combo guard Iman Shumpert (torn ACL) may miss the season’s first two months and Baron Davis is out for next season. Toney Douglas is the only guard under contract.

“We have two guards who are restricted free agents, so we’ll be able to retain them,’’ Grunwald said of Lin and Fields. “The question is then how we fill out the rest because Baron suffered a pretty bad injury and he’s not going to be able to play next year. And Shump is going to be out a bit recovering from his injuries. We’re going to have to see if we can upgrade the rest of the roster while Shump is out.’’

The Knicks are waiting to see if shooting guard J.R. Smith, arrested Thursday in South Beach, will decline his $2.5 million option for next season. The Knicks could retain Smith anyway if he opts out by giving him a 20-percent raise that would not count against their $5 million mid-level exception, which is being reserved for Lin.

But free-agent sharpshooter Steve Novak probably is a goner unless the union wins its mid-June arbitration hearing to restore Novak’s — and Lin’s — Bird rights.

“J.R. has an option to come back to us next season,’’ Grunwald said. “We hope he will exercise it. Steve is a free agent. We want to have him back, too. But Stevie has the greatest freedom of any of the players as he is unrestricted.’’

The Knicks may have only the $2 million lower exception to lure another free-agent point guard with Raymond Felton, Derek Fisher and Gary Neal possible targets in that category.

Grunwald acknowledged the Knicks’ five-game first-round flameout to the Heat was a failure despite a parade of injuries.

“We wanted to do better than last year,’’ Grunwald said. “We got a test in the playoffs, and we didn’t quite pass the test. We lost to the Heat and it wasn’t as close as I would’ve liked.’’

Brown, a Woodson confidant now at SMU, said the Knicks could use another talented big man, too.

“Woody and I talked, I think they need another big guy to complement Amar’e [Stoudemire] and Tyson [Chandler] to give them depth,’’ Brown said.

Brown added he thought Stoudemire wasn’t right this season.

“He didn’t look healthy to me,’’ Brown said. “The last year and a half [I coached] in Charlotte he was phenomenal.’’* Grunwald said he never considered fining Stoudemire for the fire-extinguisher incident. “No one suffered more than he did,’’ Grunwald said. “He felt bad enough.” ... Former Knicks coach and president Isiah Thomas told ESPN Chicago he is looking for a college coaching or NBA GM/coaching job.

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Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

Postby Kobe8Fan on Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:34 pm

Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

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By Marc Stein | ESPN.com

DALLAS -- The Texas Legends are lobbying Allen Iverson to try to work his way back to the NBA by playing for the Dallas Mavericks' Development League affiliate, according to D-League sources.

Sources told ESPN.com that the Legends, who are co-owned by Mavericks president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson, ramped up their season-long pursuit of Iverson on Monday, offering him the chance to resurrect his career.

Iverson last played in the NBA in 2009-10 in brief stays with the Memphis Grizzlies and Philadelphia 76ers, but the 37-year-old has resisted opportunities to sign lucrative deals in China because, to date, he's been reluctant to consider playing anywhere besides the NBA.

An injury-filled stint with Besiktas in Turkey in the 2010-11 season lasted only 10 games.

Iverson has likewise resisted the Legends' overtures so far this season -- as well as a similar offer last season -- but sources say that the Legends are trying again now because they've moved back to the top of the list in the D-League's waiver line, meaning they'd have an unobstructed path to signing Iverson if he could be convinced to put his name in the D-League's player pool.

The Legends' pitch to Iverson centers around the fact they've just convinced NBA veterans Delonte West and Rashad McCants to join their team with similar intentions, after the Legends signed another 37-year-old earlier this month -- point guard Mike James -- and wound up putting James in position to earn a 10-day call-up to the Mavericks that turned into a guaranteed contract after James completed his second 10-day deal Sunday.

The Legends, now in their third season, have employed 16 former NBA first-round picks since the team's inception and have already helped big men Sean Williams and Dan Gadzuric, swingman Chris Douglas-Roberts and veteran guard Antonio Daniels make it back to the NBA after stints with the D-League franchise, which plays 25 miles north of the Mavericks in the Dallas suburb of Frisco.

When James officially signs with the Mavericks on Monday for the rest of the season, D-League rules stipulate the Legends will return to the top of the waiver process, which happens when a non-assigned player called up from the D-League spends 21 consecutive days with the NBA team that signed him. The Legends were also at the front of the waiver line Friday to be able to claim West when the 29-year-old, who was released by the Mavericks in November, completed his D-League paperwork.

The Legends and their front-office team of Nelson, former NBA slam-dunk champion Spud Webb and Malcolm Farmer have made a habit of ambitious pursuits since the team's debut season in 2010-11.

Longtime NBA forward Eduardo Najera, in his first season as Legends coach, is the first Mexican-born coach of any team under the NBA's umbrella.

Najera succeeded former NBA Coach of the Year Del Harris. When Harris was hired by the Legends in 2011, he replaced Nancy Lieberman, who became the first female to coach an NBA-affiliated team when she took the job in the Legends' first season in 2010-11. Harris and Lieberman remain part of the Legends' front office.

Nelson also made a hard run at former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl in the summer of 2011 to succeed Lieberman after Pearl received a show-cause penalty by the NCAA for three years, but Pearl opted to go into broadcasting despite an offer sources pegged at $500,000, roughly five times the annual norm for a D-League coach.

Iverson is an 11-time All-Star and ranks 19th on the NBA's all-time scoring list with 24,368 career points. He was passed on the career scoring charts Sunday night by Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki.


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Re: Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

Postby DJ-RaZ-Q#24 on Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:25 pm

Wow seems like this never ends ... Once one of my favourite players but he should just call it a day (even with his financial situation)
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Re: Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

Postby 432J on Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:05 pm

oh no here we go again

as great as AI was back in the day, there comes a time to hang em up. and his time passed a few years ago
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Re: Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

Postby Congo Cash on Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:53 am

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Re: Allen Iverson Being Recruited By D-League's Texas Legends

Postby Jazzygirl205 on Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:26 am

Allen Iverson was such a great athlete, so happy to have watched him play with the career in the NBA we've been able to see. Too bad his personal life interfered with him as a athlete as well. A.I. should be what athletes need not to be and see his previous career as what they can be and continue to be if they do right. Despite it all he's still one of the best to ever touch a basketball.
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Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career

Postby Kobe8Fan on Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:46 am

Allen Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career Early

Allen Iverson ‏@alleniverson

I thank Donnie and Dallas for the consideration and while I think the D-League is a great opportunity, it is not the route for me.


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Allen Iverson ‏@alleniverson

I realize my actions contributed to my early departure from the NBA, should God provide me another opportunity I will give it my all


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Allen Iverson ‏@alleniverson

My dream has always been to complete my legacy in the NBA


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Allen Iverson ‏@alleniverson

To my fans, I love yall! Not a day goes by that I am not asked when am I coming back, we all must accept my return is not up to just me.


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Re: Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career

Postby therealdeal on Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:36 am

Oh shut up you idiot. You've been given so many damn chances.
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Re: Iverson Declines D-League Offer, Admits Actions Ended Career

Postby karacha on Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:22 pm

Do it, Mitch?

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