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Allen Iverson Height, Weight, Age & Wife

A former basketball player for the NBA, Allen Iverson has earned countless titles throughout his 15-year career. Not only did he win the NBA All-Stars eleven times, but he had also received the All-Stars Game MVP Award in 2001. You can learn more about him below.

Allen Iverson– 2017 Facts

Real Name

Allen Ezail Iverson

Nick Name

Allen Iverson, Al, A.I., The Answer, Ivy, The 3rd Degree, Third Degree

Occupation and Job

Former professional NBA player, basketball coach

Famous For

Allen Iverson rose to fame as a professional basketball player for the NBA in the early 2000’s. Throughout his career, he won countless titles including the NBA All-Star eleven times.

Age – How Old is He?

He is currently 42 years old

Birthday/Date of Birth

He was born on June 7, 1975

Place of Birth/Hometown

Allen Iverson was born and raised in the city of Hampton, Virginia; at the time of his birth, his mother Ann Iverson was only fifteen years old at the time.




He is African American

Allen Iverson Height, Weight & Body Facts

How Tall – Height in Feet

He is 6’0″ tall

How Tall – Height in Meters

He is 183cm tall

Weight in Pounds

He currently weighs 165 pounds

Weight in Kilograms

He currently weighs 75kg

Body Measurements

Chest- 44 inches or 112cm, Biceps- 15.5 inches or 39.5 cm

Waist Size

31.5 inch or 80cm

Foot/Shoe Size

He wears a size 11 (US) shoe

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Hair Color


Allen Iverson’s Personal Life in 2017

Is Allen Iverson in a Relationship?

Allen Iverson has been married to Tawanna Turner since August 2001. After meeting in high school, they dated for a few years before tying the knot.

Allen Iverson’s Girlfriends

Prior to his current marriage, the former NBA star had been romantically involved with Da Brat, and Kenya Moore.


Ann Iverson


Allen Broughton


He has two sisters named Iesha and Brandy Iverson.


He has a brother named Mister Allen Iverson.


With his wife Tawanna, he has five children- three daughters named Messiah Lauren, Tiaura, and Dream Alijha, and two sons named Allen Iverson II, and Isaiah Rahsaan.

High School

As a teen, he went to Bethel High School, where he was a member of the school football team; he later joined the basketball team as well as point guard.

Prior to his graduation, however, he was involved in an altercation which ultimately resulted in him having to spend four months at a correctional facility. He was eventually forced to complete his senior year at Richard Milburn High School, an institute for at-risk students.

Did Allen Iverson Go to College

Upon completing high school, he played basketball at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He ultimately played there for two years before getting drafted into the NBA.


At this time, we do not have any information on Allen Iverson’s salary.

Net Worth

As of 2017, Allen Iverson has an estimated net worth of $32 Million.



Random Facts


He enjoys playing basketball in his spare time

Favorite Food


Favorite Actor

Samuel L. Jackson

Favorite Book


Favorite Movie


Favorite TV Show


Favorite Color


Favorite Music Artists

Some of his favorite artists include Jay Z, Jadakiss, The Notorious B.I.G., Lil Wayne, The Game, Rick Ross, and Young Jeezy.

Favorite Sports

Interestingly enough, he did not like to play basketball as a child; instead, he was into baseball and football.


Born on June 7th, he is a Gemini

Phone Number

This information is currently unknown


This information is currently unknown

Allen Iverson’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames

Allen Iverson’s Facebook Account

Allen Iverson’s Twitter Username

Allen Iverson’s Instagram Username

Allen Iverson’s Youtube Channel

Allen Iverson is not active on Youtube

Allen Iverson’s Snapchat Username 

As far as we know, Allen Iverson is not on Snapchat

Other Interesting Facts:

  • In 2008, he was rated by ESP as being the fifth greatest NBA shooting guard of all time
  • As a teen, he got into an altercation with a few friends, during which he struck a woman with a hair; it ultimately led to a prison sentence
  • In 2011, a man sued the NBA player for $2.5 million, claiming that his security guard had assaulted him at a bar in Detroit; the judge ultimately dismissed the case
  • This summer, he appeared in the Chinese-American sports biographical film, My Other Home, which starred Stephon Marbury as himself
  • The Philadelphia 76ers retired his number 3 in a special ceremony in the spring of 2014
  • For many years, there have been rumors stating that he has been struggling financially; he refuted said claims on CBS This Morning in 2015
  • In 2000, he recorded a single titled, 40 Bars; criticized for its controversial lyrics, the song never saw a release
  • Throughout his entire NBA career, he has scored 24,368 points
  • A member of Team USA, he helped the country win the bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens

Allen Iverson Bio – 2018 Update

Born in Hampton, Virginia, Allen Iverson made his college debut in 1994 in Georgetown, where he won the Big East Rookie of the Year Award. After playing there for a couple of seasons, he was selected during the 1996 NBA draft; at 6 feet tall, he became the shortest first pick at the time. Playing for the Philadelphia 76ers over the next few years, he won countless titles as one of the prolific scorers in the history of the NBA. By 2000, his contributions had earned him the NBA Most Valuable Player Award. Continuing to work with his team, they eventually made it to the 2004 Summer Olympics, where they snatched up the bronze medal.

Over a decade later, he announced his official retirement from basketball in October 2013. What has Allen Iverson been busy with since then? Earlier this year, he had become both a player and coach on 3’s Company for BIG3, a new three-on-three professional basketball league. During their first match against the Ball Hogs on June 25, 2017, the former NBA star successfully scored 2 points in just 9 minutes of play. Aside from that, he has also made a few appearances on television- for instance, he was invited onto the shows, Mike and Mike in the Morning (2017), My Other Home (2017), and SportsCenter (2017).

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