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Allen Iverson, once known as “The Answer” - to Michael Jordan - was supposed to revolutionize the game of basketball for the better in the 1990s. Having been a “one-and-done” student-athlete at Georgetown (the formerly prestigious Washington D.C. private school immortalized in St. Elmo’s Fire, which quickly became a Petri dish for social engineering courtesy of Black radical head basketball coach John Thompson), Iverson was one of the first Black athletes to fully embrace the thug lifestyle.
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Nike is even considering signing Lin to a shoe deal (would Chinese laborers who produce them for a $1 fight over them as Black people did the Air Jordan’s across the nation on Christmas Eve Eve 2011?) and he will even appear in the 2012 Slam Dunk Contest.
The Blackness of Iverson. In a way, a guy like Lin is "the answer" to the original "answer."