Allen Iverson's quiet NBA exit obscures intensity of his career

"Pound-for-pound, probably the greatest player who ever played," James said of Iverson, who will retire in a Sixers pregame ceremony ahead of Wednesday's home opener against the defending champion Heat.

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Speaking openly, honestly and eloquently, Allen Iverson officially said goodbye to the NBA on Monday. The press conference was held in Philadelphia, the sight of AI's greatest triumphs. Per the AP: “I always felt like it was 

Allen Iverson, an 11-time All-Star and a seven-time All-NBA selection, announced his retirement from basketball Wednesday at a press conference in Philadelphia. “I'm formally announcing my retirement from basketball,” Iverson said, flanked by his

Allen Iverson will announce his retirement at Wednesday's game between the Sixers and Heat in Philadelphia. When reported in August that Iverson's official retirement was expected soon, the news was met by guffaws in some corners,