One of the most iconic moments in playoff history is Allen Iversonstepping overTyronn Lue in the Philadelphia 76ers’ Game 1 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. During Iverson’s Hall of Fame induction speech last week, he brought up the play that helped cement his legacy as one of the games most unique players.
TMZ caught up with Lue at LAX to ask him about Iverson’s story, and Lue confirmed that the little exchange at the free throw line was 100 percent true and that the two have a close, personal relationship that few knew about before Iverson’s speech.
After the confirmation, the TMZ reporter asked Lue about his thoughts about Iverson potentially coaching in the NBA, and Lue responded with, “Yeah, he can come coach with me.”
It’s hard to imagine Lue being completely serious, but watching Iverson on the sidelines giving Kyrie Irving pointers would be fun to follow for a season.
1. Epic Weekend in the books!! #RootsPicnic #Philly
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2. Great performance from @willowsmith who during her set brought out her dad and @djjazzyjeff who performed "Summertime" #rootspicnic
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3. The Queen of the Smith tribe
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4. the legendary @blackthought he is currently doing all those promos for the NBA Finals which are pretty cool.
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5. Little Willow Smith putting it down on stage with Will Smith. #lit #summertime #rootspicnic2016 #rootspicnic #epicness
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6. The dog @dmx has always been a man of the people
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7. #rootspicnic flow
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8. Legendary @djdnice who helped put together Usher's show with the Roots #rootspicnic
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9. But why is the man at the end trying to jump on 😭😂😭😂😭😭😭 #rootspicnic #omeeka
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10. @yazzthegreatest was on deck this weekend at the #RootsPicnic ... Salute to you Yazz for all your success thus far... #RootsPicnic2016 #Philly #ShayStar #DreamChasers #Empire #HakeemLyon >>> pic by @damel10