Allen Iverson Ranks Top-5 Rappers, Movies & All-Time NBA Starting 5

NBA Hall Famer Allen Iverson revealed an article on The Player’s Tribune at the moment, which he merely describes as “Here are some issues about Allen Iverson that I would like you to know, by Allen Iverson.” 

In the piece, titled “Allen,” A.I. remembers a quantity lesser recognized tales from his school days at Georgetown through his illustrious NBA profession. For occasion, the time he walked in on Michael Jordan puffing a cigar, whereas sporting his uniform, within the coaches’ fice previous to the 2003 All-Star sport.

Allen Iverson Ranks Top-5 Rappers, Movies & All-Time NBA Starting 5

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Iverson additionally wrote about why he loves the basic film “Heat,” which he ranks as one his favourite movies all-time. Excluding Heat, A.I. ranked the next as his top-5: Casino, Hoodlum, Devil In A Blue Dress, Law-Abiding Citizen, and Troy.

His Top-5 rappers all-time (excluding himself) goes like this: Biggie, Pac, Andre 3000, Redman, Hov.

And his All-time NBA beginning 5 (additionally excluding himself): Steph Curry, MJ, Kobe, LeBron & Shaq.

Allen Iverson Ranks Top-5 Rappers, Movies & All-Time NBA Starting 5

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Other matters mentioned by The Answer embody “The Process,” his iconic type, Meek Mill, recommendation he provides youthful gamers, and the time he straight up gave Larry Hughes the keys to his Bentley when Hughes was a rookie with the Sixers.

You can take a look at “Allen,” aka “some issues about Allen Iverson that I would like you to know, by Allen Iverson,”  the hyperlink embedded beneath.

Earl Thomas To Seahawks: "Offer Me An Extension Or Trade Me"

Seattle Seahawks veteran safety Early Thomas published an article on The Player’s Tribune today titled, “Here’s What’s Actually Going On,” in which he issues the team an ultimatum: pay me, or trade me. Thomas, 29, is set to enter the final season a four-year, $40 million extension he signed with the Seahawks in 2014, but he has not appeared at training camp thus far.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks have been “specific and clear” in telling Thomas they will not address his contract situation. As part his current deal, Thomas is due to make $8.5 million in the upcoming season.

In his Player’s Tribune article, the All-Pro safety referred to recent examples why it’s important for players to get as much money as they can while they’re still able, especially when teams can rip up their contracts at any point. Thomas addressed his current situation with the Seahawks with the following: “I’m asking the Seahawks to do one two things: Offer me an extension. Or trade me to a team that wants me to be part their future.”

He continued (H/T The Player’s Tribune):

Thomas writes that he loves Seattle but added, “I also have learned why I need to take care this business side things. In the NFL, no matter what you’ve done or what you’ve accomplished, teams are constantly reminding you that you don’t matter.”