Allen Iverson 2008 NBA All Star Highlight LeBron James MVP

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With a late rally, Allen Iverson is an All-Star starter again.

Iverson surged from behind in the fan voting to earn a starting spot in next month's game when the vote totals were released Thursday night. Denver Nuggets teammate Carmelo Anthony will join him in New Orleans after earning his first starting nod.

Iverson rallied to pass Houston's Tracy McGrady in the final weeks of voting to earn his first start since moving to the Western Conference early last season. He started seven straight All-Star Games while playing for Philadelphia, but fell short last year after the 76ers dealt him to the Nuggets in December 2006.

The two-time MVP of the All-Star Game beat McGrady by 10,410 votes and will make his ninth appearance on Feb. 17 in New Orleans.

"It's a good feeling. I think it's a tribute to my teammates and coaching staff because without those guys none of that would be possible," Iverson said in a statement. "But most of all I just want to thank the fans for appreciating what I go out and do on the court night in and night out. It's just a great feeling and an honor, and I'm just looking forward to trying to play the best that I can play for the fans."

Iverson was more than 80,000 votes behind McGrady, who has struggled with injuries this season, when the final update was released two weeks ago. He ended up with 1,203,152 votes. McGrady finished with 1,192,742.

Eastern Conference All-Stars Pos. Player Team App.
Starters
PG Jason Kidd New Jersey Nets 10th
SG Dwyane Wade Miami Heat 4th
SF LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers 4th
PF Chris Bosh1 Toronto Raptors 3rd
C Dwight Howard Orlando Magic 2nd
Reserves
SG Ray Allen2 Boston Celtics 8th
PG Chauncey Billups Detroit Pistons 3rd
SF Caron Butler2 Washington Wizards 2nd
PF Kevin Garnett1 3 Boston Celtics 11th
SG Richard Hamilton Detroit Pistons 3rd
PF Antawn Jamison Washington Wizards 2nd
SG Joe Johnson Atlanta Hawks 2nd
SF Paul Pierce Boston Celtics 6th
PF Rasheed Wallace3 Detroit Pistons 4th

Western Conference All Stars Pos. Player Team App.
Starters
PG Allen Iverson Denver Nuggets 9th
SG Kobe Bryant4 Los Angeles Lakers 10th
SF Carmelo Anthony Denver Nuggets 2nd
PF Tim Duncan San Antonio Spurs 10th
C Yao Ming Houston Rockets 6th
Reserves
PF Carlos Boozer Utah Jazz 2nd
PG Steve Nash Phoenix Suns 6th
PF Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks 7th
PG Chris Paul New Orleans Hornets 1st
SG Brandon Roy Portland Trail Blazers 1st
C Amaré Stoudemire Phoenix Suns 3rd
PF David West New Orleans Hornets 1st

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Allen Iverson refused to let the Philadelphia 76ers' season end. Iverson scored 13 of his 42 points in the fourth quarter as the defending Eastern Conference champions avoided elimination with a tense 108-103 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of their first-round series. The Sixers avoided a best-of-five series sweep for the first time since 1991 against Milwaukee. They host Game 4 on Wednesday. Responding in pressure situations is nothing new for Iverson. "That's my life," Iverson said. "That's just what I've been going through since I've been in the league, so I'm kind of used to it. When we lose, people are going to point the finger at me and coach. And when we win gaems, I get the praise. You just accept that and understand that's the way it's going to be." It was the eighth time Iverson scored at least 40 points in a playoff game. The Sixers are 7-1 in those contests. "We have another chance to play and we have to put pressure on them, where they feel it," Sixers coach Larry Brown said. "It doesn't look to me like they're feeling it. They're playing with a lot of poise and have a lot to be proud of." Philadelphia also got a big game from Eric Snow, who scored 23 points. After going a combined 4-of-25 in the first two games of the series, he made 9-of-14 shots in Game 3 and scored six straight points for the Sixers during one stretch in the fourth quarter. "There was no pressure on them at all," Snow said. "All of the pressure was on us. Fortunately, we were able to pull this game out and now we have to take care of our home and win on Wednesday and even the series." The Celtics, looking to move into the second round for the first time since 1992, were in position to close out the Sixers, taking a 103-100 lead on Rodney Rogers' 3-pointer with 1:32 remaining. But the Sixers scored the final eight points. "It's a game we should have had," Boston forward Paul Pierce said. "We're up three with under three minutes to go. We gave ourselves a chance to win after being down in the first half. It's definitely one we should have had." All season, the Celtics lived by the 3-pointer. On this day, however, they died by it. Derrick Coleman, who played a strong game with 18 points and nine rebounds, followed Aaron McKie's miss to give Philadelphia a 104-103 lead with 45 seconds left. Pierce scored 29 points for the Celtics, but missed a 3-pointer from the top of the key on the ensuing possession. Boston was forced to foul, and Iverson hit two more from the line, making it 106-103 with 19 seconds to play. "I felt that everybody would come out and play the game like it was their last," Iverson said. "But we didn't have a choice. If you can't get up for a game like this, there's something wrong. You're not a basketball player, you're not a competitor." Rogers and Pierce missed 3-pointers on Boston's last possession, and Coleman clinched the win with two from the line with 1.1 seconds to go. "It's now Game 4," Pierce said. "We expected a war. We didn't expect Philly to bow down to us in Game 3. We expect another war for the next game." Antoine Walker scored 27 points for Boston but was shut out from 3-point range in the second half after making all seven of his attempts from behind the arc in the opening 24 minutes. He finished 7-of-13 from downtown. "We feel like we're still very confident we can beat them here," Walker said. "Obviously, they're going to feel really good and come out with a lot of energy on Wednesday. We have to be prepared and ready to match their energy again." While the Sixers never have rallied to win a best-of-five series after losing the first two games, they have renewed hopes since Iverson seems to have shaken off the rust after missing the final 14 games of the regular season with a broken hand. The NBA scoring champion rebounded from a shaky outing in Game 2, when he made just 10-of-29 shots. He took over Sunday's contest down the stretch, scoring 11 of the Sixers' final 15 points, and was deadly from the line, making 19-of-20 free throws. "We had big games from a lot of people," Iverson said. "To beat a team like that, you're going to have to have a lot of guys contribute." Overall, Philadelphia was 36-of-44 from the line, compared to just 16-of-18 for Boston, which ran most of its offense from the perimeter. The Sixers shot 45 percent (33-of-74). "We didn't get the calls," Boston guard Kenny Anderson said. "We can't cry about it, but we didn't get the calls." Spurred on by a fired-up crowd at the First Union Center, the Sixers opened an 11-point lead in the first quarter. Boston withstood Philadelphia's early burst and Walker's shooting helped it close to 58-52 at intermission. The Celtics tried to bury the Sixers with a long-range assault, making 15 of 30 3-pointers, a playoff record for a Philadelphia opponent.

10 лет назад
Shaq, Allen Iverson headline finalists for 2016 Hall of Fame class *Full Interview *Funny

Shaq, Allen Iverson headline finalists for 2016 Hall of Fame class *Full Interview *Funny

As expected, when the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced the finalists for enshrinement in the Hall's Class of 2016 during media day at All-Star Weekend in Toronto, Shaquille O'Neal and Allen Iverson headlined the list of luminaries They were joined at the announcement by Yao Ming, who was not officially anounced as a finalist on Friday, but who had previously been nominated for enshrinement through the Hall's International Committtee, and will join them in consideration for a spot in this summer's class. The three stars became eligible for induction this season thanks to a pair of calls made last year by the Hall's decision-makers. First, they determined that Iverson's 10-game post-NBA stint playing in Turkey didn't count as a full season of professional play, meaning that A.I. — who didn't officially announce his retirement until October 2013, but who played his final NBA game in February 2010 — met the criteria of being "fully retired for five years before being eligible for Enshrinement." Then, they changed that guideline altogether, reducing the waiting period from five years to four years and opening the door to nomination for O'Neal and Yao, both of whom played their last NBA game during the 2010-11 season. Some have charged that the Hall made those decisions in order to avoid fielding a 2016 class lacking in star power, especially coming on the heels of a 2015 ceremony that saw many worthy Hall of Famers enshrined — Dikembe Mutombo, Spencer Haywood, Jo Jo White, John Calipari, Lisa Leslie, Tommy Heinsohn and Louie Dampier, among others — but that didn't generate widespread crossover interest ... or, at least, not quite the level of interest that stars like Shaq, A.I. and Yao would generate. Hall of Fame President John Doleva, however, has said the decisions weren't driven by marketing. Whatever the motivation, we're here now, which means we're all but assured a Shaq speech at the Hall this summer ... and, judging by the way he held court on Friday, that figures to be quite an event: Iverson made seven All-NBA teams and 11 All-Star teams, won four scoring titles and one MVP award, ranks in the top 25 in NBA history in per-game scoring and total points, and made an indelible mark on the culture of the game, but as SB Nation's Tom Ziller noted in September, the "secretive voting body in charge of the Hall" might not be so thrilled about ushering A.I. into Springfield. That's "Springfield," Allen.

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2013 NBA All-Star Game Best Plays

2013 NBA All-Star Game Best Plays

A compilation of the best plays from the the 2013 NBA All-Star game

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Allen Iverson Ultimate Crossover Compilation

Allen Iverson Ultimate Crossover Compilation

Allen Iverson Best Crossovers Of His NBA Career http://boingvert.com/hoop Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/houseofhoopsyoutube Twitter: https://twitter.com/HouseOfHoops1 The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as rosters that currently feature 85 international players from 36 countries and territories. For the 2012-13 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Bobcats; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors; Houston Rockets; Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Clippers; Los Angeles Lakers; Memphis Grizzlies; Miami Heat; Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Orleans Hornets; New York Knicks; Oklahoma City Thunder; Orlando Magic; Philadelphia 76ers; Phoenix Suns; Portland Trail Blazers; Sacramento Kings; San Antonio Spurs; Toronto Raptors; Utah Jazz; Washington Wizards. The NBA offers real time access to live regular season NBA games with a subscription to NBA LEAGUE PASS, available globally for TV, broadband, and mobile. Real-time Stats, Scores, Highlights and more are available to fans on web and mobile with NBA Game Time. JOIN QUIZGROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: http://join.quizgroup.com/?ref=54602

4 лет назад
NBA Greatest Duels: Allen Iverson vs Dwyane Wade (2004) *AI game winning shot

NBA Greatest Duels: Allen Iverson vs Dwyane Wade (2004) *AI game winning shot

The Philadelphia 76ers watched their second-half lead shrink from 19 points to one, and they endured five changes of possession in the final 20 seconds. Somehow they hung on, surviving their second frantic finish in as many nights to beat the Miami Heat 93-90 Friday. "We had them on the ropes, but we couldn't knock them out," said Allen Iverson, who scored 35 points. Miami missed three 3-pointers down the stretch that would have tied the score, including an uncontested 24-footer by Lamar Odom with two seconds to go. "We played with guts, heart and determination," Odom said. "But you can't get down 19 points against Philadelphia." Iverson, who scored the game's final points on a basket with 21 seconds left, had a strange shooting night. He went 5-for-9 from 3-point range, 2-for-14 on two-point shots and 16-for-17 at the free-throw line. "I couldn't hit anything inside the arc," Iverson said. "But fortunately I was able to get to the line and have a big night." The NBA scoring leader is averaging 38.8 points in his past four games. The 76ers, who defeated Chicago 83-82 on Thursday, lead the Atlantic Division at 11-10 even though they've been hampered by injuries. Philadelphia snapped a three-game road losing streak and beat the Heat for the sixth time in a row. "The fact that we're above .500 and leading our division says a lot," guard Eric Snow said. "We've been through a lot, been through the tough times, and we've survived." They barely withstood a comeback by the Heat, who fell behind 73-54 with three minutes left in the third period before rallying. Eddie Jones missed a 3-pointer that would have tied the game with 2:50 left, and another with 43 seconds to go. Miami's Brian Grant rebounded the second miss and scored to cut the 76ers' lead to 91-90. Iverson's 18-footer made it 93-90. Then came a furious sequence. Odom missed a running scoop shot, and Snow missed a breakaway layup. Grant grabbed the rebound and threw the ball out of bounds with five seconds left, but a bad pass by Philadelphia's Aaron McKie gave the ball back to Miami. Odom then missed from the top of the arc, and the 76ers' John Salmons rebounded with one second left to clinch the victory. "You can't let the comeback obscure the things we did wrong the first 30 minutes," Miami coach Stan Van Gundy said. "The first half was obviously the worst we've played all year." Dwyane Wade scored 21 points for Miami. Jones, who missed his first 10 shots and finished 7-for-22, scored 20. Odom went 5-for-17 and scored 19. Philadelphia's Derrick Coleman, who has missed nine games with a strained knee, played the entire fourth quarter and finished with 12 points and seven rebounds. "I could have surgery," Coleman said. "But that would put me out for a year, and I'm already 36 years old. I don't want to do that. The pain is not that bad, although the back-to-back games are tough." The 76ers have won 13 of their past 15 games against Miami, including two victories this season. They've won five straight at Miami. The Heat had won four home games in a row. Game notes Miami's Caron Butler, who has struggled in limited duty since undergoing knee surgery Oct. 4, didn't dress. Butler might be ready to return to the starting lineup next week, Van Gundy said. ... Iverson's 35 points were the most against the Heat this season. ... The 76ers improved to 6-0 when leading at halftime. ... Iverson had a steal in the fourth quarter to extend his streak to 44 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NBA. ... Miami center Loren Woods made his first start since Nov. 16, 2002, replacing Udonis Haslem. Woods missed his first six free-throw attempts. ... The Heat fell to 1-11 when their opponent shoots more free throws.

3 лет назад
Allen Iverson 25pts Highlight NBA All Star 2001 MVP *Best All Star Game ever

Allen Iverson 25pts Highlight NBA All Star 2001 MVP *Best All Star Game ever

A stunning fourth-quarter comeback led by Allen Iverson. A thrilling final-minute shootout between Stephon Marbury and Kobe Bryant. The ball in Bryant's hands for the last shot. A pass that no one expected. A last-second miss. A postgame celebration worthy of June. Yes, it was quite an All-Star Game. Iverson, Marbury and his Eastern Conference teammates transformed what looked like a blowout loss into an improbable 111-110 victory Sunday in a performance fitting of the 50th anniversary of the game. "It was like a championship game out there," Dikembe Mutombo said. "I've been in the All-Star Game the last seven years, and I've never seen anything like this." It was the kind of game that might stop people dismissing the East as far weaker than the West, the kind of game that might make the casual fan appreciate the heart and determination of some of the younger stars trying to seize the spotlight in the post-Jordan era. Mostly, it was kind of game that any fan of any sport would prefer to see — a riveting one. Iverson scored 15 of his 25 points in the final nine minutes, and Marbury hit two three-pointers in the final 53 seconds as the East came back from a 21-point deficit. Bryant, the NBA's leading scorer, could have taken the last shot. Instead, in a shock to everyone sitting in the building and watching on television, he threw a pass that resulted in a last-second miss by Tim Duncan. "Everybody was saying we couldn't win because of our size. It's not about size. It's about the size of your heart," Iverson said. "Coming into the fourth quarter, we were all sitting on the sidelines saying 'Why not us? Why can't we be the ones to come back from a 19-point deficit (after three quarters) in an All-Star Game?" Allen Iverson Philadelphia 76ers 2nd SG Tracy McGrady Orlando Magic 1st SF Vince Carter Toronto Raptors 2nd PF Grant Hill Orlando Magic 6th C Alonzo Mourning Miami Heat 6th Reserves SG Ray Allen Milwaukee Bucks 2nd C Antonio Davis Toronto Raptors 1st SG Allan Houston New York Knicks 2nd SF Anthony Mason Miami Heat 1st C Dikembe Mutombo Atlanta Hawks 7th C Theo Ratliff Philadelphia 76ers 1st PF Glenn Robinson Milwaukee Bucks 2nd SF Latrell Sprewell New York Knicks 4th SG Jerry Stackhouse Detroit Pistons 2nd PG Stephon Marbury New Jersey Nets 1st Jason Kidd Phoenix Suns 4th SG Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 3rd SF Chris Webber Sacramento Kings 3rd PF Tim Duncan San Antonio Spurs 3rd C Shaquille O'Neal Los Angeles Lakers 8th Reserves C Vlade Divac Sacramento Kings 1st SG Michael Finley Dallas Mavericks 2nd PF Kevin Garnett Minnesota Timberwolves 4th PF Karl Malone Utah Jazz 13th PF Antonio McDyess Denver Nuggets 1st PG Gary Payton Seattle SuperSonics 7th C David Robinson San Antonio Spurs 10th PF Rasheed Wallace Portland Trail Blazers 2nd

8 лет назад
Allen Iverson vs Carmelo Anthony Full Duel 2005.12.27 - 81 Pts Combined, CLUTCH AI!

Allen Iverson vs Carmelo Anthony Full Duel 2005.12.27 - 81 Pts Combined, CLUTCH AI!

45 For Melo, But AI was just too much to handle with 36 Pts, 10 Dimes and a Clutch performance Got a Request? Wonder what i'm uploading next? Follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DawkinsMTA #DawkinsAI Like me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DawkInsMTA Boxscore - http://espn.go.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=251227007 __

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Allen Iverson Mix- Im'ma Shine [By Encore]

Allen Iverson Mix- Im'ma Shine [By Encore]

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NBA Vault: Allen Iverson Rookie Year Highlights

NBA Vault: Allen Iverson Rookie Year Highlights

The NBA is going deep into the vault to show you the best rookie highlights from the league's biggest stars. Check out Iverson's Rookie Highlights.

10 лет назад