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List of available content in Biography: Biography on Allen Iverson
· About Allen Iverson (About Allen Iverson)
· Background (The story of a boy in poverty destined to be a superstar.)
· College (The Wonder Years, The Georgetown Years.)
· 1996 NBA Draft (The dream comes true. Allen is drafted into the NBA.)
· 1996-97 Season (Rookie) (The Rookie game MVP and Rookie of the Year.)
· 1997-98 Season (A tough year for the struggling Sixers.)
· 1998-99 Season (Iverson and the Sixers continue to improve.)
· 1999-00 Season (Iverson posts big numbers and starts in All-Star Game.)
· 2000-01 Season (A season of accolades: All-Star MVP, League MVP, ...)
· 2001-02 Season
· 2002-03 Season
· 2003-04 Season
· Quick Facts

2001-02 Season


  • Sixth NBA season (Philadelphia)
  • All-NBA second team selection
  • averaged an NBA high and career-high 31.4 points per game, second best single season average behind Wilt Chamberlain (33.5) in Sixers history
  • also led the NBA in steals per game (2.80) and minutes per game (43.7), the only player to lead the NBA in three statistical categories
  • missed 22 games due to injury: 14 with a left hand fracture (3/24 to 4/17) suffered at Boston on March 22, two games with a left thumb sprain (12/7 and 12/8), one game with a sprained right great toe (2/17) and the first five games of the season (10/30 to 11/8) rehabbing from right elbow surgery on Sept. 25, 2001
  • led the team in scoring 54 times and assists 28 times
  • scored a career-high, NBA season-high and tied the fourth best mark in Sixers history with 58 points versus Houston (1/15)
  • his 42 goals attempted were also a career-high and second to Wilt Chamberlain's team record 43 on Feb. 7, 1966
  • scored in double figures in 120-straight games (11/24/00-3/22/02), the longest active streak in the NBA
  • scored 30 or more points in 35 games (22-13), first in the NBA
  • scored 30 or more points in seven straight games (1/11 to 1/25) and was one game short of his longest 30 or more streak (eight from 12/29/99 to 1/17/00)
  • led NBA with nine 40 or more scoring games; team was 8-1
  • held to under 20 points just seven times all season
  • did not start versus New Jersey (3/1) due to a violation of team rules, the first time coming off the bench since Rookie season, and finished with 43 points
  • played all 48 minutes of regulation five times
  • ejected for the only time in season with 0:06.3 remaining in the game versus Toronto (2/4)
  • scored 10,000th career point versus Seattle (1/21)
  • finished with a game-high 38 points
  • had made 24 straight free throws in four games from Jan. 11 to Jan. 19, including a career day at the free throw line versus Houston (1/15) with 14-14 shooting
  • recorded season-low points in a game with 15 at New York (1/29)
  • versus LA Clippers (1/7), recorded his first career triple-double with 30 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists
  • played and started third straight All-Star game on Feb. 10, 2002
  • named the Eastern Conference Player of the Month for January
  • named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the four times (3/4, 1/28, 1/21 and 11/19), including the first back-to-back awards since Karl Malone in 1997


  • averaged a team best 30.0 points, 2.6 steals and 41.8 minutes
  • was 45-118 (.381) from the field after going 15-45 in the first two games
  • led the team with 31 points in Game 5, including 20 first half points
  • scored the final eight Sixers points in the Game 4 win and finished with 28
  • finished with 42 points in Game 3 (5/3)
  • 19 free throws in Game 3 (4/25) was a Sixers team record and 20 attempts were a playoff career-high
  • Game 1 at Boston (4/21), marked first game action since suffering a left hand fracture on March 22 at Boston
  • was cleared to play prior to the game
  • after scoring 15 points in the first quarter on 4-6 shooting, missed all nine shots in the second half and finished with 20 points.

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