Allen Iverson is born on June 07, 1975, ( ) and his place of birth is America. His profession is Basketball player, Rapper, Athlete. His zodiac sign is Gemini. He is well-known for his Basketball player line of work.

Allen Iverson Bio

Allen Iverson net worth, career earnings, and salary: Allen Iverson is a retired American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $1 million dollars. After earning more than $200 million from salary and endorsements during his career, overspending, a divorce, and general life challenges have had a serious impact on Allen’s finances. In the paragraphs below, we detail Allen’s financial troubles, legal problems, and infamous Reebok trust fund.

Basketball Career: He briefly attended Georgetown University before being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1996. He eventually went on to become an 11-time NBA all-star and one of the greatest point guards of all time. Iverson was a controversial player both on and off the court. He was originally recruited straight from a Virginia jail cell by Georgetown University head coach John Thompson. Iverson had been arrested for his involvement in a bar fight and faced a lengthy prison term. Thompson intervened and was able to convince a judge to release Allen into his custody with the agreement that Iverson would attend Georgetown, play basketball, and graduate. Iverson left Georgetown early against Thompson’s wishes and began a very successful career as an all-star NBA point guard. In 1999, Iverson earned his first trip to the Playoffs with the 76ers. He started in all ten playoff games before ultimately losing to the Indian Pacers in the second round. Before the next season began, Allen signed a six-year, $70 million contract extension. In the 2000 offseason, the 76ers tried to trade Iverson after his numerous arguments with coach Larry Brown, however, the deal fell through. In 2001, Iverson led the team to the finals. That same year he was named Most Valuable Player.

Early Life: Allen Iverson was born on June 7, 1975, in Hampton, Virginia to a 15-year-old single mother, Ann Iverson. His father, Allen Broughton, left the family when he was young. He grew up in the projects of Hampton surrounded by drugs and crime in the background. He was beloved by the neighborhood kids and childhood friends often described him as looking out for the younger kids. Iverson attended Bethel High School and started as the quarterback for the football team. Iverson also played for the basketball team.

Allen played with the team for 10 years before being traded to the Denver Nuggets, where he played for two years. He then did brief stints with the Detroit Pistons and the Memphis Grizzlies before returning to the 76ers for one year.

Towards the end of his career, Iverson had been largely shunned by American NBA teams and was forced to lace up for the Turkish Basketball League and the Eurocup. He retired from basketball altogether in 2013.

Personal Information
Full Name Allen Iverson
Profession Basketball player, Rapper, Athlete
Nationality United States of America
Birthday June 07
Birth date June 7, 1975
Birth Week day Saturday
Current Age
Birth sign Gemini

Allen Iverson Career Earnings and Salary:

During his NBA career, he was the top scorer four times between 1998 and 2005 and holds the record for 2nd highest per game scoring average behind Michael Jordan.

National Team Career: Iverson traveled to Japan in 1995 as a member of the USA World University Games Team. The team also included Ray Allen and Tim Duncan. He led the USA team in scoring, steals, and assists. He helped the team achieve an undefeated record over the host country of Japan and won the gold medal. In 2003, he was selected to be part of Team USA for the 2003 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying tournament in Puerto Rico. They won the gold medal and enjoyed a perfect 10-0 record. The team qualified for a berth in the 2004 Olympics. Allen started in each of the eight games he played in. On August 25, the USA scored an Olympic-qualifying 111-71 victory over Canada. At the end of the tournament, Allen ranked overall tied for 10th in scoring, fourth in steals, seventh in assists, and ninth in field goal percentage. Unfortunately, Iverson missed the USA’s final two games due to a sprained thumb. He was named to the 2003 USA Senior National Team on April 29, 2003.

Total Career Earnings: $155 million

Allen Iverson Net Worth $1 Million

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Networth $1 Million
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Source of Income Basketball player
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House Living in Own House in United States of America

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