PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Could you imagine Allen Iverson coaching in the NBA?
Neither can he.READ MORE: Mother Of 18-Year-Old Yahsinn Robinson, Killed Near Willingboro Home, Speaks Out Following Arrests Of 2 Men In Connection To Murder
Iverson, 41, was spotted in New Orleans during NBA All-Star weekend and told TMZ that he plans on doing more coaching in Ice Cube’s three-on-three league. AI quickly shot down the idea that it could be be a bridge to an NBA coaching gig
“Who?” Iverson told TMZ when asked if he would be interested in an NBA coaching job. “[Expletive] nah.”READ MORE: Philadelphia Citywide Coalition Project Putting Boots On Ground To Help Battle Rising Gun Violence Among City's Young
“‘Cause I ain’t coaching no [expletive] that make more money than me,” he said. “How the [expletive] am I gonna tell him anything?”MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Police: Mantua Shooting Leaves 18-Year-Old Man Hospitalized
Iverson also said he hopes to play with Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal in Ice Cube’s three-on-three league, but knows that’s unrealistic.