Turns Out Allen Iverson Still Gets $800K Annually From Reebok, & The CEO Says He’s Worth It

!function(e,t,a,n,g){e[n]=e[n]||[],e[n].push({“gtm.start”:(new Date).getTime(),event:”gtm.js”});var m=t.getElementsByTagName(a)[0],r=t.createElement(a);r.async=!0,r.src=”https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtm.js?id=GTM-PL4PD49″,m.parentNode.insertBefore(r,m)}(window.parent,window.parent.document,”script”,”dataLayer”);var iframe=window.parent.document.createElement(“iframe”);iframe.src=”https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-PL4PD49″;iframe.height=”0″;iframe.width=”0″;iframe.style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”;window.parent.document.body.appendChild(iframe);window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’] = window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’] || {};if (typeof window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’].firstEmbed === ‘undefined’) {window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’].firstEmbed = Date.now();} Allen Iverson’s money troubles have been well documented since his playing days ended with the recent reports of him losing his 3rd home to foreclosure and the Georgia Department of Revenue recently hitting him with a tax lien, claiming Iverson … “Turns Out Allen Iverson Still Gets $800K Annually From Reebok, & The CEO Says He’s Worth It”

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