Allen Iverson, who became one of the most dominant scorer in NBA history while playing for the Philadelphia 76ers, has officially announced his retirement at the club’s home opener Oct. 30, according to sources. Iverson is a 11-time All-Star, finished his career averaging 26.7 points per game, the sixth-best career scoring mark in league history. Iverson only trails Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Lebron James, Elgin Baylor, and Jerry West in carreer average per game. At only 6’0 Iverson is the fundamental to average 20 points or more for his career. People probably will remember Iverson for his famous speach about practice, where he countlessly said practice over and over again. Iverson played his first 10 seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers. In his rookie season in 1997 he won Rookie Of The Year. Iverson played for Georgetown. Iverson was pretty slick, he lead the NBA in scoring in four seasons and steals in three. Iverson leads the 76ers franchise in 40-point games with 76 and 3-pointers with 885 and is second behind Hal Greer in points with 19,931. In 2001, Iverson won the MVP award while leading the Sixers to the NBA Finals. He played against the Los Angeles Lakers but lost in five games. In 2006, Iverson was traded to the Denver Nuggets. He also played with Detroit and Memphis before returning to the Sixers for 25 games during the 2009-10 season.