Former NBA great tipped to retire from the sport.
Allen Iverson is expected to walk away from basketball entirely after a storied and, at times, controversial career.
The 38-year-old has been out of the NBA spotlight since 2010, however, his career has the potential to be a Hall of Fame one.
His glittering career saw his earn honors for his entire time in the NBA, starting with his Rookie of the Year crown in 1997.
Along the way the guard earned a MVP trophy in 2001, was an 11-time All Star and was a two-time All-Star MVP.
He was a four-time NBA scoring leader, three-time steals leader, and a three-time first-time and second-time leader.
Across his career in the best league in the world he also scored 24,368 points at an average of 26.7 a game to go with his 5,624 assists at 6.2 a game.
His most productive time in his career came as part of the Philadelphia 76ers where he spent 10 years and managed to earn a place in the NBA finals in 2001, where they lost to Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers.
However, his career was also troubled at times with gambling and alcohol problems plaguing the end of his career in the NBA, before he plied his trade in Europe.
Despite this, Iverson will go down as one of the greatest natural talents to ever grace a back-court in the NBA, with ‘AI’ set to be a Hall of Fame contender in the near future.