Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Iverson to Turkey?

For 76ers fans still following the career of former all-star guard Allen Iverson, the latest news -- according to Yahoo! Sports -- is that AI is close to signing a deal to play in Turkey, which could be worth up to $2 million with bonuses. Yahoo is reporting that a stumbling block to the deal is Iverson's reluctance to agree to allow the team to fine him more than 1% of his salary.

Iverson to Turkey?

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For 76ers fans still following the career of former all-star guard Allen Iverson, the latest news -- according to Yahoo! Sports -- is that AI is close to signing a deal to play in Turkey, which could be worth up to $2 million with bonuses. Yahoo is reporting that a stumbling block to the deal is Iverson's reluctance to agree to allow the team to fine him more than 1% of his salary.

Iverson spent less than half of last season with the Sixers; he's been looking for a new home since.

Here's the link to Yahoo's story: Allen Iverson.

We'll be back tomorrow as the 76ers play the Boston Celtics at the Wells Fargo Center.

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