Allen Iverson on Retirement: I don’t regret anything
"I don’t regret anything," Iverson said. "If I could take back all the mistakes that I made throughout my career, I would have had a perfect career. I would have missed no shots. I would have made no turnovers. I would have went right instead of going left when I was supposed to, every game. I would have got on (I-76) at 4 o’clock instead of getting on 76 at 5. I can’t take it back. I can’t take anything back. So I don’t regret it.
"It was a blessing for (God) to even get me here, get me to this point so I can retire," he said. "It was a blessing just to play one NBA basketball game. … But I’ve won scoring titles, MVPs, I’ve done a lot in this league. Being 160 pounds soaking wet, coming from Newport News, Va. I mean, what more can you ask for? And my family is taken care of for the rest of their life. Regrets? I don’t have none.”