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After his upsetting performance towards the end of the season with the Detroit Pistons; and finishing the season on the bench with an injury. Former Detroit Pistons guard, Allen Iverson is looking for another home.
The Memphis Grizzlies, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, and the New York Knicks have been rumored to showing interest in Iverson. The chances of Iverson playing for a contender is out the window, because winning a championship won't be possible. Which explains the reason why the Pistons aren't interested in bringing him back.
With the Knicks looking for a guard, signing Iverson won't be a bad idea. The Knicks need someone that can take over and be able to score points. The Knick don't have that superstar and that's what the Knicks are looking for.
The Knicks aren't going to be successful next season, so the worries of Iverson not bringing a championship shouldn't be entering the toughs of anyone's mind. The Knicks need someone to be a superstar and Iverson can provide that. He sells tickets and Iverson gives everyone a reason to watch the Knicks.
Signing Iverson to a one-year deal should be considered. Iverson won't need to worry about coming off the bench which is something he doesn't enjoy. The Knicks need someone to score and bring fans to Madison Square Garden.
Iverson is better then Knicks guard, Chris Duhon and he makes things interesting again for the Knicks. If Iverson is interested why not sign him?
Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni's system will work into Iverson's style of play. Iverson is good with fast breaks and half-court systems. Last season, Iverson averaged 17 points and 5 assist a game. Iverson averaged over 5 assist for the last three seasons. He can't play defense which doesn't matter when your playing for the Knicks. The Knicks are a scoring team and Iverson is a scoring player.
It all makes sense.