Of the many tattoos former Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson acquired over his career, he only regrets one.
“I’m a villain to people that don’t rock with me. I’m a superhero to the people that love me and care about me.” – Allen Iverson
Today the Philadelphia 76ers unveiled an updated look to their current brand identity.
On May 7th 2002, Philadelphia 76ers Allen Iverson had his iconic, infamous and hilarious Practice rant that will live on forever.
The documentary of legendary Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson will air on Showtime next month and here is the movies first trailer.
Designer Viktor Miller-Gausa from Saint Petersburg, Russia created this equally amazing illustration of Philadelphia 76ers icon Allen Iverson for INDIWD.
Before Allen Iverson signed with Reebok after the Philadelphia 76ers drafted him 1st overall in the 1996 draft. He rocked Jordan Brand kicks at Georgetown.
Philadelphia 76ers legend and Hall of Fame inductee Julius Erving aka Dr.J doing what he does best captured by Muideen Ogunmola aka Blocknation.
Allen Iverson and Stephon Marbury come together in this piece. Channeling The Infamous Mobb Deep duo of Havoc and Prodigy.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington goes up high for the Ish Smith alley-oop lob and throws it down on Andre Miller plus the foul.
Game recognize game. Allen Iverson sat with the Philly broadcast crew and the former MVP voiced his admiration for current MVP candidate Russell Westbrook.
76ers rookie forward Nerlens Noel wanted no part of this Tony Snell layup / dunk, so he shut’em down like the classic Public Enemy track of the same name.
Philadelphia 76ers rookie Joel Embiid makes this dunk look easy.
Hall of Fame, immortalized the moment 76ers megastar Allen Iverson stepped over Lakers “defensive specialist” Tyronn Lue in the NBA Finals on a t-shirt.