Former perennial All-Star point guard Allen Iverson announced his retirement on Wednesday. Iverson made the announcement via a statement on Stephen A. Smith's website. Iverson appeared in 10 NBA All-Star games and was the NBA MVP in 2001, when he led the Philadelphia 76ers to the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. "I don't ever believe anyone ever retires until they get to the point where they have to. He had a great career if that's true, obviously. I just don't know if I believe it yet. I still think he has something to give to the game," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said before Wednesday's game against Iverson's first of four teams in his NBA career.
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