Take a look at some of the most memorable returns in sports following LeBron James’ return to Cleveland.
Protective injury gear is becoming more popular in professional sports these days and athletes are taking the opportunity to make a fashion statement (and endorsement deals). So who wore theirs the best?
Sixers guard Michael Carter-Williams will reportedly be named NBA Rookie of the Year.
One of the city’s most iconic athletes, Allen Iverson, will be featured in the upcoming documentary, “Iverson,” which chronicles the life of one of the NBA’s best players.
The 94WIP Morning Show announced their winners and weasels for the week of March 7th, 2014.
Call Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels’ work just “delayed.” He is now about two weeks behind everyone else on the Phillies pitching staff, but he should be able to make his claim to be in the rotation by season’s start.
The Sixers had a rare sellout for Iverson’s triumphant homecoming. The fans, though, saw the same old sorry Sixers.
20,000 roaring Sixers fans gave AI the standing ovation he earned by stamping himself as one of the franchise’s all-time greats.
I’ll admit, the Sixers may have abused his legacy a little bit. Every time they roll him out for another ceremony or press conference it seems contrived, but every time he sits down to talk or walks out on the court, I’m in awe. I love every second of it and I can’t help it.
The Sixers and Devils are having a joint press conference tomorrow at the Prudential Center. Allen Iverson will be there, and Moses Malone will be there as well.
The WIP Morning Show named their Winners and Weasels for the week of December 20th, 2013.
His number will be retired in Philadelphia this Spring, but Allen Iverson will be cheering for the Cowboys this winter.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced Friday that they will officially retire Allen Iverson’s number “3” in a special halftime ceremony on Saturday, March 1, 2014 when the Sixers host the Washington Wizards.
Allen Iverson came back to Philadelphia to announce his retirement on Wednesday, three years after he last played in the NBA.
On Wednesday, Allen Iverson will officially announce his retirement from the NBA. Until that day, he’s keeping busy getting dunked on… sort of.