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Allen Iverson
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Basketball Player
    (June 7, 1975- )
    Philadelphia 76'er Guard (1996- )
    Raps under the name Jewelz
    Pitchman for Reebok
    Ranked 1st in NBA in field goal attempts, points, minutes played and steals (2000-1)
    Played on the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team (2004)
    He talks trash.
    He is always surrounded by his 'posse.'
    He has more tattoos than Dennis Rodman and drunken sailors combined.
    His over twenty tattoos are as follows: 'Only the Strong Survive,' 'The Answer,' 'Cru Thik (his rap company,' 'Dynasty Raider,' 'Fear No One,' and 'Strength' all on his left arm.
    On his right are 'Hold My Own,' 'Soldiers Head,' 'Cru Thik (in 3D),' 'Loyalty,' 'VA's Finest,' 'Grim Reaper with panther/basketball,' 'Tiuara (his daughter)' and 'Deuce (his son).'
    On his chest, he has a portrait of his Grandmother and 'Ethel Ann Iverson (his mom).'
    He also has 'Jewelz (his rap name,' 'NBN,' 'Bad' and 'CT (Cru Thik)' and 'East End (on his ankle).'
    He was imprisoned for four months for participating in a brawl between black and white students (1993).
    He was a passenger in a car that was stopped for speeding and caught with marijuana and a gun inside (August 3, 1997).
    He left Georgetown University early to signed with the NBA.
    He constantly feuded with his former coach, Larry Brown.
    He's been fined over $4,500 in parking tickets since 2001.
    He left his Rolls-Royce at an airport in a handicapped parking space for a week (May 2004).
    He has skills in his chosen profession.
    He is reportedly a good family man (loves his daughter and his posse).
    He dresses hip hop rather than suits.
    He is known for his dunking ability.
    He apologized to gays and women for the lyrics in his rap song 'Non Fiction.'
    He started the annual Allen Iverson Celebrity Classic to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Hampton Roads, Virginia (1998).
    He founded the Crossover Foundation.
    He played for the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team (against Greece) with a broken thumb (August 17, 2004).
    Some information provided by Tim Howard
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