Historical Allen Iverson Milestones
Allen “The Answer” Iverson is one of the most distinctive and prolific scoring players in basketball history. Playing his college basketball career at Georgetown University, Iverson twice won the Big East Defensive Player of the Year award before leaving for the NBA as Georgetown's all-time leading scorer. Drafted first overall in 1996 by the Philadelphia 76ers, Iverson's fast-paced play quickly endeared him to the Philly faithful. Throughout his first regular season, Iverson established himself among the premier guards in the NBA and went on to collect the 1997 Rookie of the Year award. By the 2000 season, Allen Iverson emerged as a worldwide superstar and was playing what many consider to be his best ball. Averaging 31.1 points per game, Iverson led the Sixers to the 2001 NBA Finals which earned him the title as the NBA's Most Valuable Player for the season. Although Philadelphia was defeated in five games to the Shaq-led Los Angeles Lakers, Iverson was already well on his way to forever stamping his name as a basketball legend. Iverson’s ability to score off the dribble and deadly jump shot won him four NBA scoring champion titles and selection to the All-Star game eleven times. He also earned the sixth highest career scoring average in NBA history.
As one of the most dominant forces the NBA has ever seen, Allen Iverson is a future first ballot Hall of Fame point guard. “The Answer” has made an impression on every court he has stepped foot upon with his consistent an offense and prolific scoring ability. Mentioned in the same breathe as other former NBA superstars such as Jordan, Chamberlain, and Bryant, Allen Iverson is a lock for the Naismith Pro Basketball Hall of Fame. Make an investment that will continue to rise in value with sports memorabilia signed by one of the game's all-time greatest scorers with Allen Iverson memorabilia for your collection.
Collecting Allen Iverson Memorabilia