Everyone thought The Answer was broke after his bank account was recently seized by a Georgia judge to pay an outstanding jewelry bill.
Not the case, according to the New York Post.
Allen Iverson has a bank account worth $32 million, according to a friend, and the former Sixers star isn't allowed to touch it until he turns 55. Until then, it feeds Iverson $1 million annually. At 45, he is eligible for an NBA pension, around $8,000 per month. The report also states that Iverson may decide to issue a restraining order against himself until he's 62.
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So maybe Iverson won't need to take up soccer, after all.