Allen Iverson Explains Why He Would Never Become A Head Coach In The NBA

Allen Iverson will be making his return to basketball in the public eye this summer when he joins Ice Cube’s 3 on 3 basketball league as a player and coach of his squad. TMZ caught up with the Hall-of-Famer during All-Star weekend in New Orleans, asking him about potential teammates in the 3 on 3 league and any coaching aspirations he may have.

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The Answer asserted his desire to team up with the dominant Laker duo of Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant, “I hope he would, but I know he ain’t going to do nothing like that,” said Iverson. “My whole thing is I want Shaq to play with me too, but it ain’t going to go down like that. It’d be too easy.”

Then the camera man followed up asking if the 41-year-old’s end goal was to become a head coach in the NBA. AI swiftly shut down any thought of that, “Hell no! I ain’t coaching no motherf**kers who make more money than me. How the hell am I gonna tell them anything?”

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Don’t expect to see the 11-time All-Star on the sidelines in a suit anytime soon.