Allen Iverson will officially announce his retirement from the NBA at the Sixers' home opener on Oct. 30, according to Chris Broussard.
Allen Iverson will officially announce his retirement from the NBA this week, according to SLAM.
Allen Iverson has decided to pass on an offer from the Mavericks' D-League affiliate.
Allen Iverson still hopes to return to the NBA, but he also remains interested in signing another contract in China.
The Knicks will not pursue free agent Allen Iverson, sources tell the New York Post.
Allen Iverson, who delivered the game ball in an emotional pregame moment prior to Game 6, says he still wants to play professional basketball, but realizes it may not happen in the NBA.
Allen Iverson will reportedly play for Pueblo Nuevo of the Dominican Republic for a month.
Updating a previous report, Allen Iverson has turned down an offer from a team in Venezuela and will instead remain in the U.S.
The Venezuelan team Guaros de Lara has reportedly reached an agreement with Allen Iverson.
Allen Iverson is reportedly open to going to the D-League "if there's a possibility that it leads to the NBA."
Allen Iverson's deal with the Venezuelan team Guaros de Lara is reportedly "80 percent done."
The Puerto Rican basketball league is in talks to sign Allen Iverson for their upcoming season.
There are a lot of rumors flying around the web and Twitter that the Celtics are thinking about signing free agent Allen Iverson.
Allen Iverson has had a 2009 lawsuit filed against him dismissed in court.