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Thursday, March 7th, 2013 at 4:06 pm  |  58 responses

Contest: Win a Pair of Reebok Classics

We’ve got some Question and Answers for you!

Tomorrow, March 8, Reebok Classic will be releasing the “Georgetown Pack,” which features the flat grey/athletic navy/white Question Mid and white/navy Answer IV. Before they do that though, the Canton, MA, based company has given us one of each pair to give to our loyal SLAMonline readers.

Want a chance to be chosen as one of the two winners? It’s easy: Simply let us know your favorite pre-NBA (high school, college) memory of Allen Iverson in less than 100 words. The two people that can provide the best answers (as selected by SLAMonline editors) will receive either a pair of the “Georgetown” Questions or Answer IVs.

The only stipulation is that the winner must live in North America. Otherwise, just make sure to provide a valid email address with your comment. The contest will close at noon on Monday. Good luck!

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  • Jon

    As much as it pained me to see, one of his greatest performances was against my Villanova Wildcats when he dropped 37 points his second year at GTown and they killed us by almost 40. But my favorite memory was seeing him POSTERIZE that dude from UCONN when he threw one down on a fast break. Allen I was just unbelievable, and I’m grateful I was able to see him numerous times live in Philly.

  • http://twitter.com/The_Hawk_13 Darius Hawkins

    Tough to do this in less than 100 words, but my favorite collegiate Allen Iverson moment is when they played at Villanova and the fans were wearing jail suits and mocking Chuck for his bowling alley incident. Coach Thompson threatened to take his entire
    team off the court in defense of Iverson. Allen was asked he wanted to come out
    the game but he said no. He kept his composure and continued to play. Just
    showed his toughness that we came to respect over his NBA career.

  • curtis206

    Iverson’s 40 point effort in his first game in the Kenner Summer League prior to starting at Georgetown.

  • Mishko50

    I would have to say my favorite Allen Iverson memory has to be his sophomore season at Georgetown back in ’96, in a game against #6 Villanova. A.I. was flat out ridiculous that afternoon, he dropped 37 points, 8 boards, and 3 steals in a 38-point blowout win! It was one of the worst losses in school history for Villanova, and they have Iverson to thank for that. That is definitely the game that sticks out to me about A.I.’s college career at Georgetown.

  • DFrance

    Watching AI dominate Umass in the East regional’s of the NCAA tournament. I was a big Camby fan and never saw a whole GTown game but he was awesome. Crossing up Padilla and Traviesso and dunking down the lane getting steals. It was his last college game and a preview of his rookie season.

  • Nobs6669

    My favorite would be at high school. A guy just won a state championship in football and after a week won a championship in basketball. Man every athlete want to win every championship in every sports we play. And to do it in a week. Wow can’t imagine how it feel.

  • Ben

    seeing allen iverson highlights the first time. i was too young at the time to remember the filthy allen iverson, i remember a highlight where he crossed some guy up and attacked the rim and im just like “someone should teach me how to do this” i wish i was older so i could have seen highlights in person, and i hope he gets back to the association before its too late… Maybe for my celtics

  • Big Al #15

    Personally my favorite Allen Iverson moment came at a time when
    he was in High school and his first game as a Hoya,and it goes a little something like this. Since “AI” wasn’t allowed
    to play his senior year in High school due to his scandalous altercation at the
    bowling alley, college teams neglected giving him a scholarship but through his
    mother’s love for him she went to go talk to the coach of Georgetown John
    Thompson, and so he visited Iverson and gave him a scholarship. Then at a Kenner
    summer League game in the summer of 1994 in a gym that was complete full, Allen “Ezail”
    Iverson poured in an incredible 40 point game in his first organized game in over a
    year. Just a few months later in his first exhibition game as a Hoya, “AI”
    gave his haters just another reason to watch him, he scored 36 points, 5
    assists and 3 steals in only 23 minutes. After that season NOBODY QUESTIONED
    THE ANSWER!

  • Ivan aka Ruslan

    I remember thinking to myself “WOW” after AI responded to a question right after winning the state football title. Some one asked how he felt about winning the title & he replied, “I’m going to get one in basketball now,” which he successfully accomplished! A legendary competitor, he competed at the highest level at any given moment!

  • Naman

    I was very young when AI was in college but I just saw his game vs Arizona in the Preseason NIT Championship at MSG. Iverson was dominant it was ridiculous, Iverson was easily the fastest player on the court, he dominated the Arizona guards after every rebound the Hoyas got he would look for the outlet and just take off. Iverson had the confidence to take it to the basket it every single time and it was just a lot of fun to watch him toy with the defense, knowing he was gonna get past them and score or draw a double team and dish it off to his teammates. He ended up scoring 40 points with some extraordinary highlight plays including some sick reverse dunks and a great crossover on Jason Terry. It’s easy to see why scouts and teams were so high on him at such a young age and how he would have had a huge impact on the NBA. Now I just hope that the NBA looks more at what he did for the game and his talent and skills and hope that his personality doesn’t overshadow him, and he makes the hall of fame.

  • Jason

    My favorite AI moment has to be his greatness in college. I remember just watching game after game seeing all his different moves and him crossing up guys that would end up in the nba with him!

  • Abdullahi3

    Its gotta be AI’s infamous dunk on the Texas Tech
    Raiders. Possibly his best signature move ever, the putback slam over helpless
    defenders. But this one against the Raiders was not your typical SLAM,
    AI has the courage to look into the defenders eyes and say “You Serious
    right now, should have practiced on your boxing out”. This dunk never gets
    to old because of the elevation he has on this dunk, it almost seems as if he
    has springs in his shoes. We rarely see six one point guards doing this at the collegiate
    level, gotta give props to the best point guard to ever play at the collegiate level.

  • Abdullahi3

    Its gotta be AI’s infamous dunk on the Texas Tech
    Raiders. Possibly his best signature move ever, the putback slam over helpless
    defenders. But this one against the Raiders was not your typical SLAM,
    AI has the courage to look into the defenders eyes and say “Practice, we talkin about practice right now, should have practiced on your boxing out”. This dunk never gets
    to old because of the elevation he has on this dunk, it almost seems as if he
    has springs in his shoes. We rarely see six one defenders doing this at the collegiate
    level, gotta give props to the best point guard to ever play at the collegiate.

  • Cstrong

    It had to be watching AI and a young Starbury duel it out in the Garden in 95. I was almost 10 years old and just starting to get really into basketball. At the time I was mainly watching the guys in the NBA do their thing, but watching AI and Steph go back and forth was more mesmerizing then anything I had seen this side of MJ. I had never seen guys play with that speed or that style. Allen won that duel, and he had me and my friends playing one on one, with one player getting to be Iverson and one being Marbury, mimicking every move from the game.
    The previous week I had visited my grandparents in Old Saybrook, Ct, right by the Nike Outlets in Clinton. The Nike outlet had those old dope grey Georgetown jerseys. At the time I wasn’t sure if #3 was Allen Iverson or Othello Harrington. After watching G’town and G’tech I made sure to put all my sheckles together and tell mom I wanted to go back and see Grandma as soon as possible so I could sneak off and snag a jersey of the answer before he became The Answer.

  • Abdullahi3

    Its gotta be AI’s infamous dunk on the Texas Tech
    Raiders. Possibly his best signature move ever, the putback slam over helpless
    defenders. But this one against the Raiders was not your typical SLAM,
    AI has the courage to look into the defenders eyes and say “You Serious
    right now, should have practiced on your boxing out”. This dunk never gets
    to old because of the elevation he has on this dunk, it almost seems as if he
    has springs in his shoes. Got to give props to the best point guard to ever
    play at the collegiate level.

  • Rob Stewart

    I’m a sneaker head and since we’re talking Iverson shoes in Georgetown colors here’s a history lesson. My greatest memmory of Iverson was his shoe choice in GTown under Coach Thompson. Iverson crossed cats over continously, even dunked on some Shawn Bradley-esque Notre Dame center. And what shoe did he do this in? None other than the Jordan XI’s!!!! That’s right in Georgetown he wore Jordans! But once he put on his signature “butter cookies” known as the Questions he later crossed Jordan!!! His college shoes and moves were just a prelude of what was to come.

  • http://www.facebook.com/doe.columbus Doe Columbus

    I have watched AI play many times in person, but my favorite moment shaking Tyronne Lue in the 2001 Finals scoring and then stepping over him. Always wanted to ask AI what he said to Lue!

  • black5

    my favorite Allen Iverson pre NBA moment is hid domanice of the high school sports world by winning both the football and basketball sate championships his junior year. It is a shame he couldn’t preform his semior year.

  • blizzardman

    All I know about AI pre-NBA is from ESPN’s 30 for 30 “No Crossover.” Was petty good. Check it out

  • Xena

    My favorite pre-nba Allen Iverson moment is when I watched video footage of him earning his high school diploma after not being allowed to return to high school to complete his senior year. Something that small does not seem so significant. But earning his HS diploma led to him getting a scholarship a Georgetown which later led to him being drafted #1 in 1996 and the rest is history. By earning his high school diploma and not giving up on himself, he demonstrated the mental toughness, perseverance, and longevity that he still possesses to this day. He is a “survivor” and I hope he is given the opportunity to return to the league. Iverson has never given up on himself. His fans have never given up on him. The nba should not either.

  • Myke P.

    “The Answer” could also be called “The Promise
    Keeper”. After his high school ,Bethel, won the Division 5 state
    football championship in 1992, Iverson made a promise to go back to back. Only
    to outdo himself, he went on to promise that they would win the state
    championship in basketball, also.

    Three months later,my dude backed up
    his words, and completed the 2 fold “crossover” promise. Bethel won
    that Division’s state championship and Iverson turned in one of
    the greatest seasons for a high school athlete by averaging 31.6 points a
    game(as a guard), 8 interceptions(as a DB) and throwing for 1,423 yards. The
    Associated Press named Iverson the Division TripleA player of the year in both
    sports. By the way, he was still a junior. Love it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.park.9638718 John Park

    There was a rumor during his college days that the photographers could no longer use their current camera lenses because AI was so fast, he would appear as a blur. His speed and burst was too fast for the cameras to pick up. Ultimately the photographers switched back to using old cameras because the lenses could effectively capture him. Think about this: a man was too fast for cameras to pick up and he would come out as a blur of light rays. He was a myth; truly bending the laws of physics with his God-given talent. email: jpark110@yahoo.com

  • Jimmy B.

    My favorite AI moment is really how he got to Georgetown. After the bowling incident he lost all of his scholarships due to not playing his senior year. His mom Ann Iverson went to John Thompson and cried asking to save his son’s life. Thompson took him under his wing and to this day AI calls him dad when he sees him.

  • Hussein Ali

    My fav pre-NBA A.I. moment was the 1996 March Madness game vs Miami
    where he dropped 38 points at Madison Square Garden. The stage couldn’t be any bigger and A.I. came out to dance! He had some nice assists too. But for me his speed was what stood out. He was so quick with the ball. JYD went to work in that game for Hoyas as well.

  • http://www.facebook.com/aamir.khuller Aamir Khuller

    My favorite Allen memory was him at the 1995 Hampton Roads Pro Am,
    dropping 81 points on Joe Smith and his team, while Joe was the #1
    overall draft pick of the Golden State Warriors. The data was August 4, if I’m not mistaken,and his squad got the W, 176-170.

  • munkbeats

    my favorite memory of AI was him crossing up Tyronn Lue and hitting the shot in his face, and then stepping over him. One of the most iconic moments for him and the Answer Iv. My favorite player growing up.

  • http://twitter.com/niQknacks niQ

    To be honest, I didn’t REALLY get into basketball until later, until AI was already The Answer in the L. The only “memories” I have of him pre-NBA are of the excerpts I’ve read from early SLAM magazines by the OG Scoop Jackson. Stories of summer runs averaging 50 a game against NBA-caliber players, games scoring 70 plus, and games carrying teams to victory from being down early. Rumor has it that many of the games Iverson didn’t even check in until after halftime! These are the type of myths that legends are made of.

  • logues

    my favorite pre-nba iverson highlight is against massachusetts when he crosses over the pg and drives basically thru their whole team for a dunk in traffic off a jump-stop. he makes it look so easy and its incredible how fast he gets to the rim and at only 6’0 to be able to dunk in traffic like that is crazy. didn’t know he had those kind of hops

  • clintonix43

    Two words:

    Crazy Dunks!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDZuh_vzPlc&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    I never saw anyone with his size and skinny frame dunk like that in college when I growing up! I couldn’t believe it!

  • Jibreel

    It has to be the Big East championship game against Ray Allen and Uconn. Even though he missed, I’ll never forget A.I.’s attempt to win the game, and how upset he was afterwards. Da12jibreel@yahoo.com

  • Zee!

    Ive’s rookie year is my favorite memory. Lotta questions (no pun intended) about A.I. coming into his rookie season in the League: Is he gonna be able to score at will like he did playing in D.C.? How long until Philly regrets taking him with the #1 pick? Chill fam, chill… A.I. broke out the pork products and became
    the first rookie ever to drop 40 points or more in 4 consecutive
    games. Only the Stilt had done it 3 in a row (no
    surprises here) during the 1959-60 season. Iverson
    clinched the record in true A.I. style by bopping the Cavs for 50 points, netting his first 50 point game of his career. And he did it in the Questions. Style begets substance. Fin.

  • Marenelli

    Nice story about AI but sorry to say buddy, to bad you got over 100 words.Pray to God that the people that work at slam allow it.

  • Hussman25

    Favorite Iverson moment has to be, for me, The ASG in DC in ’01. Anytime he came back to DC he played with an extra “something” in the tank. He made the game his own personal showcase & lead the East back to an outstanding victory. It wasn’t his performance in the game that got me, it was the love & respect he showed for Larry Brown once he got the trophy from Ahmad that made the game special. That ’01 season was when Allen finally “got it”. He finally realized he & brown can co-exist. That season, that All Star game & that moment will always be their signature moment together. (Even of he wasn’t on stage, he was probably off to the side with a big grin)

  • Hussman25

    Lets try this again, (as I did an NBA memory), My favorite Chuck moment in college was when He & Starbury met up in MSG. As a Sixers fan this was the game I used as a preview of the #1 pick we would eventually earn. AI may have cooked Georgia Tech, Marbury got the W. As the draft approached I had the Sixers taking Marbury (since we took Stackhouse season prior). That didnt happen; Brad Greenburg & the Sixers took AI, Marbury went to Milwalkee (then Minny). I was happy either way, but I wanted (what I thought was a PG). To this day I still would have taken Marbury (even tho he was never the PG I dreamed he would be) #1 & drafted for need vs “Best Player”; but hey, this is why Im not an NBA GM.

  • Githi

    Allen Iverson is an enigma and will be forever etched as a singularity in basketball lore. In a league filled with conformists, he represented the essence of being true to oneself. Ranging from the image, presentation, both on and off the court, which stimulated the NBA to act, and his mesmerizing talent and passionate approach to the game which inspired multitudes of people across the globe, he stayed true to himself. Throughout the criminal charge, state championship, “The Cross-over”, the dress code, MVP, scoring titles, the Game 1 step-over, and defiant rant, he became unequivocally, a giant in the league of
    giants and arguably the greatest pound for pound scorer ever.

  • Robert Brown

    When I saw him play against SU at the dome. Now I’m a life long SU fan, but after seeing him play in person you had to bow to the man. Being only 5’8 (but obviously I was much smaller at the time) it was easy to fall in love with his game at such a young age. Just how he was so fast, so short but could jump out of the gym, and he had a pretty sweet touch. I couldn’t believe how he was so fearless. Watching him going for loose balls and driving to the center of the lane. I bowed to a Hoya that day.

  • Jose

    My favorite Allen Iverson memory was when he played at the 1993 Nike Hoops Festival High School All Star Game. Before the game there was so many questions and doubts regarding Iverson because of the bowling alley incident, but coming out of that game Iverson silenced those critics and from there he went on to become The Answer. straightjacket123@gmail.com

  • Edmund

    AI’s most iconic moment was the famous play where in his rookie year and he was guarded by jordan with the crowd on its feet. Right then is when he proved his determination and ability to make big plays which the fans would come to love. This was also the first time i had ever seen him play and i have been a fan ever since

  • al j

    My favorite pre-NBA memory of AI was being a kid in hampton, va, hearing all this “excitement” in the former Hampton Coliseum mall that scared me, till I saw everyone was hype because AI was coming through. Joe Smith had made a name for himself, and AI was right with him. Although those days are far gone, I tell kids and teenagers the history of what was, and i’ll never forget it. And the Questions and Answer IV were are Jordans.

  • Myke P.

    “The Answer” could also be called “The Promise
    Keeper”. After his high school ,Bethel, won the Division 5 state
    football championship in 1992, Iverson made a promise to go back to back. Only
    to outdo himself, he went on to promise that they would win the state
    championship in basketball, also.
    Three months later,my dude backed up
    his words, and completed the 2 fold “crossover” promise. Bethel won
    that Division’s state championship and Iverson turned in one of
    the greatest seasons for a high school athlete. And only a junior.

  • zee!

    My favorite memory of AI in college? Had to have been 1992-1993. When he wasn’t in Georgetown and I was able to play and be the man. My name is Othella Harrington and coming out of high school in 1992 I was the player of the year, and was the Big East frosh of the year….then he came. Why Allen, why?!?! You didn’t even give me a pair of questions when you made it to the league. So can I get a pair now?! C’mon bubba….

  • Phillip Rascoe

    AI had SWAGGER before hip-hop popularized the phrase!!! All of his Georgetown games were exciting. This little dude is crossing cats up, creating for his teammates, and dunking on whoever got in the way. The Fab Five had 5 with style. AI was all of them rolled into one dude, and he was smaller than any of them. If I had to pick one favorite moment, I would say it was when Coach John Thompson hugged him for the last time at the end of the game because he knew that AI was leaving to shock the world. He knew AI was the best player he had ever had. It felt like a father was letting his son go discover the world. #kodakmoment AI will forever be the best player ever under six feet PERIOD!

  • Phillip Rascoe

    Question to all:
    How does SLAM expect true readers and lovers of the game to express thier favorite moment in less than 100 words? Impossible!! The man was dynamic and game changing. You can’t limit that. Sorry SLAM for the rant.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jussisch Jesse Schnaidt

    I remember reading AI’s biography “Only the Strong Survive” and realizing when I was in 7th grade that he was a REAL dude because of his background. I remember a line from the book that said something to the effect that ‘Ai was only truly happy when he was playing ball or had his face up in some p***y.’ (this was college) I remember thinking that I wanted to be truly happy playing ball and his style was what I, and everyone else I knew, tried to emulate. Just the thought of being able to cross someone like him… Damn.

  • CoachDB

    football highlights this guy was insane, goes to show he would have been a professional athlete at whatever sport he wanted. Pure grit n determination and heart!

  • astro_

    My favorite Georgetown memory of Allen Iverson was actually in a loss to Arizona. He scored 40 that night. Every time he touched the ball, there was a level of anticipation, an expectation for excitement. Bubbachuck did not disappoint. His baseline-two-handed reverse jam in traffic leaves me in awe to this day. Guys his size just don’t do that. Down for most of the game, he played with an energy and will that was unmatched on the court that night. And even in defeat, he played his heart out until the final horn. Just like any other night.

  • Marcus

    My favorite memory of Allen was the story of what his mother did. He was fresh off of his time in prison and he couldn’t fine a school that would take a chance on him. His mother called John Thompson and begged that he be given a shot. Thanks to Coach Thompson giving him a chance Allen changed many lives, not just the one’s in his family or his friends, but anyone who has seen him play.

    The real message is how a mother can go over and beyond for her child and give him the best chance at an unbelievable life.

  • Daniel K.

    My best pre-NBA moment from Allen Iverson isn’t his
    performance on the field or on the court. The moment Allen Iverson met Coach
    John Thompson was a memorable moment for me. Coach Thompson took a chance on an
    talented athlete that many people overlooked. Besides, if it wasn’t for him
    meeting Thompson, I would have never got to enjoy AI leading his Hoyas to the
    Sweet 16 and Elite 8 his freshman and sophomore years. The Georgetown Hoya
    basketball jersey with the number 3 inspired me to go to college. Thanks to
    that inspiration, I graduate May 4th.

  • Jonathan Mills

    My favorite pre-NBA Allen Iverson memory is his interview after winning the Virginia state football championship for Bethel High School in 1992. When asked how it felt, AI responded, “We’ll go get one in basketball now, that’s all.” Even as a teenager, Iverson possessed the confidence and swagger that made him one of the fiercest competitors in NBA history. Bubbachuck backed up his words only a few months later, leading the Bruins to a basketball state championship in 1993. He was named Player of the Year in both sports before spending his senior seasons in jail. Only the strong survive.

  • Heein Choi

    I’m a sneaker head. I’m not going to lie. Before I meet a person, I don’t look at the outfit the person is wearing or even see who the person is; the first thing my eyes dart towards are the shoes. And when A.I laced up the Concords for the first time his sophomore year, that is a moment I will never forget. Simply wearing those J’s sent a message to his opponents: I will score on you, and I’ll do it while still looking good. A.I made people want to not only dominate the court, but do it in a method that made that person unique. When he first laced up those 11′s, I already knew he was on the process of becoming legendary.
    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-0yMxP4wWiAU/TWYICtVD9PI/AAAAAAAAWVs/EntBVaYFiFY/s1600/AI%2BMJ%2B11%2BConcord.jpg

  • Josh Smith

    My home is the only place I’m safe. I couldn’t go outside as a little kid because of the neighborhood I lived in. Everywhere I look I’m surrounded by dealers and thugs. In the past I might have had a few encounters with the law and no one believes I will make it out of this dump I call my home. But Allen Iverson did it. Why cant I? Allen Iverson was arrested in his high school days but he still came out and made over a 100 million dollars. I still remember to this day when A.I won his Big East DPOY award. When he grabbed that award I got chills down my spine. A.I isn’t just a basketball player or a role model to me. He is someone that made it out of the same projects. He knows what I went through. I never had money to buy the hot shoes but I just pray that I could have the same opportunity to wear the Answer and the Questions as my hero has.

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    My favorite memory was the rawness his rookie year. When John Thompson let him hit the floor, Iverson played like a cat fresh out of the joint. He was full speed every minute, and the crossover, man the crossover was shocking. I remember how Thompson used to hug Iverson when he got upset and AI would look like he was about to cry when they lost games. There were certainly players who cared just as much about winning losing, maybe even they care more. But nobody made you feel his desperation like Iverson did when he hooped in college that freshman year. It was like he had mad promises to himself when he was locked down, and every time he stepped on the court he was determined to fulfill those promises. He was the last college basketball player I truly cared about because of that simple fact.

  • Bran

    Don’t got time to leave a long message like everyone else i need a new pair of shoes im to busy ballin!!!! love AI though. Favorite cross over of all time

  • Trawww

    When AI crossed over MJ in his rookie year. It was the red Questions vs concord XI’s.

  • Kevin

    As a devoted Lakers fan, my favorite AI moment stung. Few people remember
    that the Lakers were dominating the 76ers. Even fewer people recall the fact
    that Iverson lit up the Lakers for 30 first-half points.

    Then this happened: Iverson crossing up Lue on the wing, knocking down a
    step-back 20-footer, and then stepping over a fallen Lue in the ultimate
    display of swagger.

    It was frustration mixed with contempt with a dash of disdain tossed in.
    That one move created hope for Philadelphia fans that maybe their beloved
    basketball team could knock off the Goliath known as the Lakers.

  • kaboom

    My favorite moment is when AI took it to Miami in basketball’s
    meccah. The 6-foot Georgetown guard from Hampton, Va. entered the Big East
    quarterfinal game against Miami averaging 34 points per contest at Madison
    Square Garden. The Hurricanes did little to stop Iverson’s Manhattan mastery,
    as Iverson struck for 38 points and Georgetown winning emphatically 92-62
    before a sellout crowd of 19544. Georgetown
    92, Miami 62 Allen Iverson scored 38 points to tie the second-highest total in
    Big East tournament history. In the seven games Iverson has played at Madison
    Square Garden, he has averaged 32.2 points.

  • hillbilly

    “Practice?”

  • ari

    Personally my favorite Allen Iverson moment came at a time when
    he was in High school and his first game as a Hoya,and it goes a little something like this. Since “AI” wasn’t allowed
    to play his senior year in High school due to his scandalous altercation at the
    bowling alley, college teams neglected giving him a scholarship but through his
    mother’s love for him she went to go talk to the coach of Georgetown John
    Thompson, and so he visited Iverson and gave him a scholarship. Then at a Kenner
    summer League game in the summer of 1994 in a gym that was complete full, Allen “Ezail”
    Iverson poured in an incredible 40 point game in his first organized game in over a
    year. Just a few months later in his first exhibition game as a Hoya, “AI”
    gave his haters just another reason to watch him, he scored 36 points, 5
    assists
    and 3 steals in only 23 minutes.
    After that season
    NOBODY QUESTIONED
    THE ANSWER!

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