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Bobcats talking to Iverson

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Just read a scroll at ESPN that said the Bobcats are "talking" to Iverson about his decision to retire. That's all.

No link. Sorry.

Not sure how I feel about this. I sort of hate Iverson as a person, but he is a great player -- just needs to get used to the idea of being a backup. Hope Brown can control him; I know he thinks he can.

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ONLY and I mean ONLY if he's willing to be a 6th man. If not, we dont have any reason to bring him in.

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Are you sure it didn't say Larry Brown talking to Allen Iverson about his situation to retire, and that he should not give up yet. I don't believe it said anything about the Bobcats being interested in him.

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Arent we completely overloaded already at both guard positions? Felton, DJ, Acie Law, Flip, Henderson, Jackson, Graham...makes no sense to bring him in unless at least one or probably two of those guys are gone.

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Boris Diaw sucks and needs to lose some weight.

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Looks like most of the attention has shifted to Philadelphia anyways.

I'm with most of you --- we have enough guards.

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