Not exactly news, but A.I. was in D.C. giving 5 hours of deposition about a bar fight he was allegedly involved in. NBC10 has perhaps one of the worst photo galleries I have ever seen on the Internet. For those unfamiliar with Iverson's predicament:
"These men were basically beaten by Mr. Iverson's security detail," attorney Gregory Lattimer said. "The lawsuit that we filed alleges just that. In fact, (one of the alleged victims) suffered a ruptured eardrum and head injuries that were unbelievable."
The men are going after A.I.'s deep pockets. And since that story wasn't very entertaining, I went out and found one that at least uses a moderately entertaining analogy. You Daily Californian readers have surely already read this piece on non performance enhancing drugs being good.
Now, I am not opposed to athletes taking drugs, as a general rule. Vida Blue is rumored to have pitched a shutout on LSD, and I consider that to be a monumental achievement. If you can shut down nine innings of major league hitters, even when they look like melting giant squirrels, that's badass. Allen Iverson smokes more weed than Cypress Hill on a trip to Jamaica, but he's still unstoppable. These drugs present a handicap-another obstacle for these athletes to overcome and, by so doing, prove their legendary skills. Steroids are just for cheaters.
You can't stop him, you can only hope he is too high.