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Posted it 1st! Allen Iverson waived by Grizzlies...Bobcats next?

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According to espn.com Chris Sheridan, Iverson is officially a free agent. He also made a point to say that the Bobcats would be a great fit for Iverson, with our offense that ranks dead last in the league. So is this the window of opportunity that Larry brown and Charlotte have been looking for?

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Maybe you posted it 1st because nobody else cares?

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The reason he was so upset in Memphis was because he felt like he should be starting. Now with Jackson, there is no way he would start for us. His D would be a huge liability as well.

I would be all about it if he would have a good attitude and come off the bench but I seriously doubt that will happen.

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HELL NO to AI. Dude is a loser. And wouldnt be worth the headache.

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