by Matt WatsonFiled under: Grizzlies, Pistons Allen Iverson's brief time in Detroit was a regrettable experience for all parties involved; fairly or not, he was the most obvious scapegoat (for Pistons fans, his teammates and the coaching staff) during a season in which nearly everything went wrong. But instead of letting old wounds heal, focusing on a new year and the monumental task at hand of making the Grizzlies relevant, let alone a playoff contender, Iverson ripped off the Band-Aid today by re-living the experience in a scathing interview with ESPN's Scoop Jackson.
A federal judge in Detroit dismissed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Allen Iverson today. The suit had been filed as a result of a bar fight two years ago that allegedly involved Iverson. The Detroit News obtained a transcript of Ive... Read Post
Allen Iverson is listed as questionable for the Pistons' game against Denver tomorrow night, and Detroit fans have to be feeling good about the chances he won't be available. Without Iverson the Pistons suddenly are rallying. They h... Read Post