Pound for pound, Allen Iverson was one of the best to ever do it. He mixed hip hop and hoops all in one setting at the dinner table.

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As a matter of fact in a recent interview with COMPLEX,  the 6’1 retired Hall of Famer out of Georgetown took the blend a step further: “Hip hop and basketball and like peanut butter and jelly,” he said.

Iverson rapped himself and has a good ear for talent, which is why he picked the Notorious B.I.G. as one of his favorite rappers.



“He was the best ever! Simple as that, I don’t care what nobody say,” Allen Iverson told Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson in a recent interview on Scoop B Radio Overtime.  In recalling Big’s assortment of hypnotizing verses, on the 20th anniversary of his death [on Thursday, March 9], the NBA Hall of Famer pin pointed the one that stands out most to him being on “Young G’s”; a song on Puff Daddy and the Family’s No Way Out album.and of his favorite Bad Boy albums was “No Way Out.”

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“One of his greatest verses is on the joint with Puff and Jay-Z,” he said. “He was crazy on that.”