Iverson IN or OUT?
Iverson believes he can still play at the highest level and he is putting all of his energy into achieving that goal. “I just want to do whatever an organization wants me to do. Everybody made a big thing about me not wanting to come off the bench, but I said that at that point because it never happened to me in my life and it was something new to me, and obviously I didn’t know how to handle it. But to be back on the biggest stage is my whole thing and I feel like I have a couple more years left in my career and I want to play” Iverson said.
Allen Iverson was humble when he said those words, when he’s insisting that he’s finally ready to be a role player, should a team take a chance on him again. But let’s hear how CSN Philly roles with their own version: “If defiance helped Iverson achieve what he did in his pro career, humility spills from him now, 15 years after being the No. 1 overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft.”
You think he still can be the Iverson we watched when he was still playing at that time. If so which team he will be in and why? Does he still have the skill and power?
He just said that he will try to do what he has to do to be physically and mentally able to get back on the stage. Looking back, plenty of Iverson’s draft friends are still playing, Marcus Camby, Ray Allen, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash to name a few.
But because Iverson relied solely in his gift of incredible talent and spent little time putting other facets into his game He finds himself on the outside looking in at a world he probably took for granted. Learning curves But I have doubts. He’s older than before and he’s not as fast as the other players now. But Allen Iverson said he’s really eager to play again in the court with his teammates. Now the question is, will he still be accepted? I don’t know what goes on to their minds, let’s just see what their decision will be.