Career stats: 26.7 PPG 3.7 RPG 6.2 APG 2.2 SPG
Career accomplishments: 1997 Rookie of the Year, 1997 All-Rookie, 11x All-Star, 7x All-NBA
Team(s): 76ers, Nuggets, Pistons, Grizzlies
Pound for pound, AI is up there with the all-time greats. Coming into the NBA as a point guard, the genius that is Larry Brown moved him to the two and the rest is history. Iverson flourished on the wing, but unfortunately, those around him didn't.
The one knock on Iverson is his inability to make teammates better. But what he lacked in teamwork, he made up for in heart. You'll be hard-pressed to name five guys in basketball history that played harder than the Answer did night in and night out. Iverson played each game like it was his last and single-handedly took a bunch of bums to the Finals where he beat the mighty Lakers in Game 1 by stepping over Tyronn Lue and dropping 48 on Kobe Bean Bryant. Iverson's struggling in life now, but at least he knows that one day he can take his kids to see his image in the Hall of Fame.