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Allen Iverson apparently left his Hall of Fame trophy at his hotel

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Allen Iverson was a one-of-a-kind player during his prime in more ways than just his ability.

The Philadelphia 76ers legend has always done things his own way, from his clothes to his appearance, and many people always thought The Answer just didn't care enough.

It appears as though, even in retirement, Iverson will never change.

The former silky point guard was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame last Friday alongside all-time greats like Shaquille O'Neal and Yao Ming.

However, amid all the excitement, it seems as though the 41-year-old forgot to take some precious hardware with him.

2016 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony

According to the Toucher and Rich twitter account, a listener sent in a picture of Iverson's Hall of Fame trophy that he, somehow, managed to leave at the Springfield Sheraton hotel last weekend.

How could someone get inducted into the Hall of Fame and forget the prestigious trophy? Iverson's cavalier, relaxed attitude knows no bounds and it wouldn't be surprising if he didn't know he'd lost it at all.

The Sixers head into the 2016-17 campaign with number one draft pick Ben Simmons in their ranks and he is the first overall first pick they have had since Iverson.

2016 NBA Rookie Photo Shoot

Could the Australian have a Hall of Fame career? Hopefully, his time with the Sixers won't be as forgetful as Iverson's memory.

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