Allen Iverson posts his love for Cowboys on Instagram

Allen Iverson posts his love for Cowboys on Instagram

Sit down if you're reading this, Philadelphia.

You will see images that may be disturbing.

This city will forever and always love Allen Iverson. But when "The Answer" started posting on his Instagram account Monday night, that love probably flickered a bit.

Here's what the Sixers' legend admitted ...

We dem boyz!!!

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Americas Team!!!

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Cowboy Nation!!!

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If Philly didn't know about Iverson's Cowboys fandom, it does now.

A.I. has made it known before, though, that he loves Dallas. This isn't really news.

Just watch this video from inside his house.

Merry Christmas!!!

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Still, the pictures have to sting. Iverson in a Cowboys jersey feels wrong. You probably feel like this right now.

But let's be real: Iverson isn't the first Philadelphia athlete to like teams outside the city.

Sometimes we forget these athletes aren't from here like the fans.

Is Joel Embiid trying to recruit Kristaps Porzingis to Sixers?

Is Joel Embiid trying to recruit Kristaps Porzingis to Sixers?

Things have been pretty contentious between big man Kristaps Porzingis and the New York Knicks — mainly with team president Phil Jackson — for the last few months.

It started when the 2015 first-round pick skipped his exit interview back in April over his frustrations with the team's direction.

That has led to silence between the two sides and the Knicks now listening to trade offers for Porzingis.

Porzingis' brother, Janis Porzingis, didn't take kindly to those reports.

"Despite how the Knicks are treating their players, Kris wants to stay in New York. He loves the city and he loves the fans and he wants to win with this team," Janis Porzingis told the New York Daily News.

Well …

If Porzingis does want to work his way out of New York, Joel Embiid might have an idea on a new home.

There is no offseason when it comes to recruiting.

Flyers give assault victim Mark Smith memorable day at Skate Zone

Flyers give assault victim Mark Smith memorable day at Skate Zone

The Flyers truly are terrific within the community and that continued Wednesday.

Mark Smith, a man with a mental disability who was assaulted in late May on camera by a group of teenagers in Philadelphia, enjoyed a day with the Flyers.

Shayne Gostisbehere and Anthony Stolarz welcomed Smith to Flyers Skate Zone, where he was shown around the facility, hung out in the locker room and was given some Flyers gifts, including his own personalized jersey.

"It was awesome," Gostisbehere said of Smith's visit. "It was good to have in him here, smiling ear to ear. … He really loves his jersey."

Gostisbehere admired Smith.

"Great to see his attitude about it," the Flyers' defenseman said of the incident. "He's just brushing it off and getting back out there, having fun and going on with his life."

And Smith has plans to share his Flyers gear with little kids back home.

He more than deserved this day and is already paying it back to others — incredible.

To see his day with the Flyers, watch the video above. Here are some pictures, courtesy of Flyers PR guru Zack Hill.