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Thread: Allen Iverson: Where does he rank with some of the alltime greats in your opinion?

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    As far as little guys, he is the best ever. 6 foot 165 pound guys are not supposed to be able to dominate in a league full of giants.
    All I ask for is solid line play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atwater27 View Post
    As far as little guys, he is the best ever. 6 foot 165 pound guys are not supposed to be able to dominate in a league full of giants.
    The fact that he dunked over people was insane to me.

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    It's too bad he never won a ring. He had to carry some really shitty Sixers teams. And running into the Kobe/Shaq Lakers didn't help either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoWave View Post
    It's too bad he never won a ring. He had to carry some really shitty Sixers teams. And running into the Kobe/Shaq Lakers didn't help either.
    I imagine he felt the same way the Jazz felt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atwater27 View Post
    As far as little guys, he is the best ever. 6 foot 165 pound guys are not supposed to be able to dominate in a league full of giants.
    Thats one of the reasons why he first impressed me. Watching him at Georgetown and him dunking in the game vs UCONN i was just blown away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Thats one of the reasons why he first impressed me. Watching him at Georgetown and him dunking in the game vs UCONN i was just blown away.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcJJ0p0oDkM

    It's like all those bigs were cars and he was playing Frogger..... god almighty.

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    i don't look at him as an all-time great. . . one of the best scorers of his generation, yes-- but he couldn't defend at all, and wouldn't pass. . . give him credit for being as good as he was at his height, but IMO he really didn't do enough to help his teams win to get into the all-time conversation. . . he was an entertaining outlier, but i wouldn't put him on a level with guys like magic johnson, oscar robertson, jerry west, or even the likes of isaiah thomas or john stockton. . . JMO. . .

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    I forgive you.

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