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Despite pocketing an estimated $200 million during his professional playing career, rumors have constantly circulated regarding Allen Iverson’s financial position, with some reports saying that he’s gone completely broke.

The NBA All-Star addressed the topic during an interview on CBS This Morning today (May 15). The former Philadelphia 76ers point guard appeared on the show ahead of his Showtime documentary which is set to air tomorrow (May 16).

“That’s a myth,” Iverson said when asked about his rumored financial woes. “That’s a rumor.”

“Which part?” the show’s anchor Charlie Rose asked.

“The fact that I’m struggling in any part of my life,” Iverson responded.

Keep an eye out for Showtime’s documentary titled Iverson, which airs tomorrow (May 16) at 9 pm on Showtime Sports.

Allen Iverson’s interview on CBS This Morning can be viewed below:



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