Allen Iverson

As one of the smallest ballers on the court, Allen Iverson has always played with the heart of a giant.  Drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers as first pick in 1996, the 11-time NBA All-Star was voted Rookie of the Year after his first season.  Since then, he's led his team to countless wins, several playoffs, a final and stirred frenzy as the only player in history to cross over the legendary Michael Jordan.  The Olympic Bronze medalist also had brief runs with the Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons, and The Memphis Grizzlies before returning to his home team of Philly where he played his last game in the 2009-2010 season.  A.I. holds the record as the player with the highest scoring average in 76ers history as well as the second highest playoff scoring average next to Michael Jordan.  In 2008, ESPN ranked the multiple award-winning baller as the fifth greatest shooting guard of all time.

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