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Allen Iverson talks about that infamous Tyronn Lue picture

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Allen Iverson is a man who will always be remembered in the NBA, his on-court achievements speak for themselves and since giving up the grind he has become an internet sensation through a single picture. 

The image has been made into an internet phenomenon in recent years. Of course, we're talking about the picture of him stepping over Tyronn Lue during a clash with the L.A. Lakers. 

Iverson will soon find out whether he has been chosen as a Hall of Fame inductee for 2016, and was recently on The Jump with Rachel Nichols to talk all things basketball. 

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One of the topics that came up was, unsurprisingly, the image of him and Lue. 

The two are good friends and Iverson explained he wasn't really happy about the use of the picture, saying: “I don’t like it because I love him. I don’t like people joking on him and all that, because that’s my man.”

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However, Nichols then explained that Lue had a good sense of humour about the image, to which Iverson responded: “Okay, cool then, then I can have fun with it then. 

"I didn’t even know I did it. I was in the moment. Just like everybody talks about the Jordan crossover, I ain’t remember that. I was just playing.”

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