If you missed the bittersweet speech from Allen “The Answer” Iverson last week, make sure you take a moment to check it out below. I’m not just a huge Iverson fan because I’m from Philly. He electrified my city in a way that hasn’t been matched since. I had such high hopes for him and his career and I would have bet money that the 76ers would have seen a championship during the A.I. era, but that didn’t happen. Being as though Iverson has adopted Philly as his own city, it was only right that the Sixers retired his jersey where he will dwell forever. Although I felt like he had so much more to bring to the game, I have to say “thank you” to my favorite basketball player…you brought Philly back to life and WE do love you!
I love, love, love this woman! Skylar Diggins represents so many things, including: athleticism, natural beauty, female strength and success. For those who don’t know, Skylar has been one of the leading female basketball players since her high school days, but best known for her amazing success with the Notre Dame women’s basketball team. Last year Skylar was drafted to WNBA’s Tulsa Shock and was the first female athlete to be signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports. Check out her amazing photos from the latest issue of Sports Illustrated.
I have to show love to my alma mater, George Mason, for getting invited to the College Basketball Invitational, where they will be playing the College of Charleston Cougars on Tuesday night. Let’s wish them the best of luck and make us graduates proud!