Basketballer Allen Iverson

Former NBA player Allen Ezail Iverson (born June 7, 1975) is American.[1][2] "The Answer" played shooting guard and point guard in the NBA for 14 seasons.

Hampton's Bethel High School's Iverson. He was Associated Press High School Player of the Year and Division 5 AAA Virginia state champion in football and basketball.

After his father Allen Broughton left his 15-year-old mother, Ann Iverson, in Hampton, Virginia, he took her maiden name.
Hampton's "Bubba Chuck" was Iverson's childhood nickname. 

At Bethel High School, he started as quarterback, running back, kick returner, and defensive back . School basketball's point guard was him. 

On February 14, 1993, Iverson and several friends fought bowlers in Hampton, Virginia.verson's crowd was rowdy, and another group of youths started yelling. 

Iverson won Big East Rookie of the Year and All Rookie Tournament First Team at Georgetown in 1994–95.Iverson's Hoyas lost the NCAA Sweet 16 to North Carolina.

Philadelphia drafted Iverson first overall in 1996. He was the shortest first overall pick in a league dominated by taller players at 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m).

"40 Bars" was Iverson's 2000 offseason rap single. Its controversial lyrics prevented release. Jewelz's album was called homophobic. He changed the lyrics, but the album was never released.

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