Allen Iverson was one of a kind.
Taking the NBA by storm, the undersized guard battled through the big bad world of professional basketball and captured our hearts as he dominated the league with his fearless play.
He stood at just 6’0 tall but came at the giants of the Association as if he towered above them -losing nothing in strength to many of the games biggest players.
Iverson completely disregarded the status of the game’s greatest icon of all time, humiliating Michael Jordan as if it was nothing.
And he also carried the Philadelphia 76ers to the NBA Finals in 2001 almost single-handily.
Now that the game’s biggest little man has officially retired from basketball at the age of 38, he is set to tell us the story of his Hall of Fame career through a documentary that will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on the April 27, according to his Twitter account.
The documentary simply titled “Iverson” will include the highs and lows of his incredible journey, from winning the 2001 Most Valuable Player Award, to getting arrested when he was a youngster.
It is sure to be a much watch.
Take a look at the trailer above.
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