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Allen Iverson stats: What are his numbers with the Philadelphia 76ers

Allen Iverson spent 14 seasons with four different clubs, including the 76ers and Nuggets. In 914 regular-season games, he averaged 26.7 points, 6.2 assists, 3.7 rebounds, and 2.2 steals. Iverson was an 11-time NBA All-Star, earned the All-Star Game MVP title in 2001 and 2005, and was the NBA’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2001. In 2016, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He was chosen to the NBA 75th Anniversary Team in October 2021. Iverson is widely considered one of the NBA’s best scorers and most impactful players.

Following two excellent years at Georgetown University, Iverson declared for the 1996 NBA draught and was taken first overall by the Philadelphia 76ers. In the 1996-97 season, he was voted NBA Rookie of the Year. Despite his modest size (reported at 6 feet, 0 inches, or 183 centimeters), Iverson was one of the most prolific scorers in NBA history, earning the NBA scoring championship four times, in 1998-99, 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2004-05.

His regular-season scoring average of 26.7 points per game is sixth all-time, while his playoff scoring average of 29.7 points per game ranks second only to Michael Jordan. Iverson was also the NBA’s Most Valuable Player in the 2000-01 season, leading his team to the 2001 NBA Finals. Iverson won a bronze medal for the United States in the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Iverson later played for the Detroit Pistons, Memphis Grizzlies, and Denver Nuggets before concluding his NBA career with the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2009–10 season. In 2008, ESPN ranked him as the fifth-best NBA shooting guard of all time. With Beşiktaş, he concluded his playing days in Turkey in 2011. In the first season of the BIG3, he returned as a player-coach for 3’s Company.

Leading the 76ers to their first NBA final since 1983

The Sixers finished the season with a 56-26 record, the best in the Eastern Conference, and earned the #1 seed. He also averaged a then-career-high 31.1 points per game, claiming his second NBA scoring title. Iverson earned the NBA steals title with 2.5 steals per game. Iverson was awarded NBA Most Valuable Player; at 6 feet and 165 pounds, he became the NBA’s smallest and lightest MVP winner. He received 93 out of a possible 124 first-place votes. For his achievements, he was also chosen to the All-NBA First Team.

Iverson led the Sixers to their first title since 1983. Iverson scored a postseason-high 48 points in game one of the 2001 NBA Finals, defeating the strongly favored Lakers 107-101; it was the Lakers’ only playoff loss that year. He memorably stepped over Tyronn Lue after making a critical shot in the game. Iverson went on to score 23, 35, 35, and 37 points in games 2-5, all losses, although the Sixers were not swept as many feared. During the 2000-01 NBA season, Iverson had his most successful season as an individual and as a member of the Sixers.

Scoring 54 points against Toronto Raptors

One of Allen Iverson’s most memorable performances came on December 18, 2001, when he scored 54 points against the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. Iverson’s performance was nothing short of spectacular, as he made 21 of 39 field goals and hit 12 of 13 free throws. He also had 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals in the game.

Iverson’s scoring outburst was particularly impressive because the Raptors were one of the top defensive teams in the league that season. Despite their best efforts to stop him, Iverson repeatedly found ways to get to the basket and make tough shots. His performance helped the Sixers come away with a 97-92 victory over the Raptors.

Let’s look back at Allen Iverson’ stats with the Philadelphia 76ers

In 722 games for the 76ers, Allen Iverson averaged 27.6 points, 6.1 assists, and 3.9 rebounds.

SeasonGPFGMFG%3PM3P%FTMFT%RebAssistStealBlockPoints
1996-977662541.615534.138270.2312567157241,787
1997-988064946.17029.839072.9296494176251,758
1998-994843541.25829.135675.123622311071,284
1999-007072942.18934.144271.326732814451,989
2000-017176242983258581.4273325178202,207
2001-026066539.87829.147581.2269331168131,883
2002-038280441.48427.757077.4344454225132,262
2003-044843538.75728.633974.517832411551,266
2004-057577142.410430.865683.529959618092,302
2005-067281544.77232.367581.4232532140102,377
2006-071515141.31222.615488.541109331468
2009-102512141.7833.39882.475102182348

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