Top 10 Allen Iverson Commercials Of All Time

By: 06.07.11  •  7 Comments
Not that we’d need an excuse to reminisce about one of our favorite players, but today’s a special day. So in honor of Allen Iverson turning 36 today, we put together a compilation of Allen’s greatest commercials from throughout his career. Check ’em out:

Subscribe to UPROXX

Surrounding Draft Day, there are always many concerns about each player whether it be their size, speed, attitude, etc. In Allen’s first-ever commercial, Reebok makes it known to the world that he is “The Answer” to all their questions.

Page 2

Simply put, this was Allen’s introduction to the league.

Page 3

Any questions?

Page 4

In this spot from 1998, Allen “invents a new move.” I know everyone, including myself, tried to do this move for weeks after seeing this commercial.

Page 5

The A4’s were one of the best Iverson sneakers ever. This spot was one of the most unique and memorable basketball commercials of all time. For those that didn’t know, the beat is from Allen’s own “40 Bars.”

Page 6

“Check ’em out it’s the new A5’s you gotta rock ’em/They even put a zone in the league to try and stop ’em.” I completely forgot ‘Kiss was rocking a Santana Moss Jets jersey in this one.

Around The Web

Featured

Learn Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Eggnog With Tyson Buhler Of Death And Company

Ben Schwartz Talks About Keeping Busy And The Physics Of His Jean-Ralphio Hair

The Nod: The ‘Crash’ Upset, 10 Years Later

By:  •  13 Comments

EAT THIS CITY: Chef Carrie Nahabedian Shares Her ‘Can’t Miss’ Food Experiences In Chicago

DJ Jazzy Jeff Talks World Tour With Will Smith, Culture of DJing, And Academy Awards Boycotts

Follow These Eight Travelers On Snapchat And They’ll Show You The World

Nikki Glaser On Her New Series ‘Not Safe With Nikki Glaser’ And Being A ‘Curious Perv’

From Showman To Shaman: How An Assassination Attempt Changed Bob Marley’s Life And Music

From Zero To Guitar Hero, Meet The Small-Town Musician Who’s Well On His Way

Hannibal Buress On ‘Comedy Camisado,’ Animation, And Doing Stand-Up In Japan

Phil Matarese And Mike Luciano Talk ‘Animals.’ And Creating Television In Their Apartment

‘Black Sheep’ Revisited: The Farley-Spade Classic That Could’ve Been, 20 Years Later