When people make it to a certain point of their lives and obtain a specific level of success, like clockwork, distant cousins, estranged friends, and former associates all show up out of nowhere. When this happens, the phrase “you weren’t with me shooting in the gym” usually enters the chat. Well, Allen Iverson must’ve had a community center-sized gym full of people while he was working his way to the top because, according to reports, many folks wanted a piece of the NBA legend’s success. When you think of legendary point guards in the NBA, Allen Iverson comes to mind. From his iconic braids to his athletic prowess, AI is a cultural icon on and off the court. Born June 7, 1975, Allen Ezail Iverson was drafted as the No. 1 pick in the 1996 NBA draft by the Philadelphia 76ers. He would spend 14 seasons in the NBA, appearing in eight NBA playoffs, and end his career with 26.7 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game. With great athletic ability, on-court performances yield big...
Aug 23, 2022
Rick Ross is still aiming to accomplish his goal of becoming an owner of a pro sports team. Just a few weeks ago, Rozay expressed interest in purchasing a five percent stake in the Miami Dolphins. Should @MiamiDolphins sell me 5% stake in the organization? If so,what would the upside be for both sides or vice versa?? — Yung Rénzél 👑 (@RickRoss) June 6, 2022 Now, Ross has made it known that he wants dibs on purchasing a ten percent ownership stake in the Philadelphia 76ers in a comment via Instagram that read, “I’ll buy his 10% lol.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by 2Cool2Blog (@2cool2bl0g)
Jun 23, 2022