AI Still Wants to be Part of the Sixers’ Front Office

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Last night, as the Sixers made Stan Van Gundy eat his words again before he ate everything else, Allen Iverson sat down with Marc and Malik in the broadcast booth (or, you know, that spot at the back of the first level they cram the broadcasters so they can sell more courtside seats). On top of praising Russell Westbrook and talking about his relationship with the fans, AI once again mentioned how he would love to be a part of the Sixers’ front office:

“I would like to be even in that war room. Even if they don’t go with my decision, or whatever, just to have an opinion and putting out what I think and trusting the organization to do what’s right.”

I can just see how that would go:

Iverson: “Man, I know that kid can ball.”

Hinkie: “Yeah, but his defensive efficiency is below what we like to see for someone with his wingspan.”

Iverson: “WHAT?”

Or:

Hinkie, on draft night: “Alright everybody, thanks for being here, and let’s get started.”

Iverson, on draft night: *places order at Houlihan’s*

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8 Responses

  1. Jim, he hung at Friday’s on city line ave, not Houlihans.

    Does your stupidity and complete lack of humor and wit know no bounds ?

  2. Someone tell Iverson Larry Brown is no longer in charge. Imagine the new regime running Iverson through an interview.

    So you want a job?
    Yes
    Are you a drunk?
    Yes
    Are you terrible about money management?
    Yes
    Are you difficult to manage?
    Yes
    Do you show up late for everything ?
    Yes
    Do you have a questionable work ethic?
    Yes
    Ok thanks for coming in…..

    1. So you want a job?
      Yes
      Are you a drunk?
      Yes
      Are you terrible about money management?
      Yes
      Are you difficult to manage?
      Yes
      Do you show up late for everything ?
      Yes
      Do you have a questionable work ethic?
      Yes
      Do you see any typos in this headline, “Mike Schmidt Days Ryan Howard Should Be a DH, Wishes He Was”?
      No
      Can you read?
      Not really.
      YOU’RE HIRED!

  3. This May Hurt To Say But Im Gonna To Say It Anyway I Got Mad Love for A I He May Still have Love for The Game BuT Honestly Its Not A Good Move On His Part Nor The Sixers It Will Be A Bad Infulence To Young Sixers Players And The Sixers Organzation and Create more Headche for The Fans

    1. To add to your comment, Houlihan’s burnt down years ago and has been a Joe’s Crab Shack for a couple of years now. Talk about lazy journalism.

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