Hold up, did Gregg Popovich just giggle?
Two documentaries I saw recently got me thinking a lot about teaching, even though neither focuses on education: "Amy," about acclaimed British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse, who died in 2011, and "Iverson," about 11-time NBA all-star and 2000-2001 Most Valuable Player, Allen Iverson.
His own trial is part of a new documentary.
He has had a long history of battling NBA coaches.
“Sit back and think, like, ‘Man, what if this was my child?’”
There's more to the legendary player than you think.
“Allen Iverson is, without question, one of the most iconic players to ever wear the Sixers uniform,” 76ers Chief Executive
Despite his optimism, Iverson -- whose off-court troubles have drawn more attention in recent years than his basketball talents
Though there were constant rumblings of his missing practice, having a "thug attitude" and being uncooperative with coaches, to fans, when Allen "The Answer" Iverson was on the court and flashed that smile, you knew he was doing his favorite thing in the world
With one unforgettable motion, Iverson quite literally and emphatically stepped over the fallen Lue and silenced the adjacent Lakers bench with a single glance. Broadcasters Marv Albert and Doug Collins could be heard oohing and aahing with exhilaration at Iverson's display.
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