Uncertainty nothing new for Sixers
Updated: March 31, 2004, 9:38 AM ETBy By Terry Brown | NBA Insider
This time, Allen Iverson can't race onto the floor and score 30 or more points for two or three or four or more games in a row to make us forget all about the off-court shenanigans, on-court shooting percentages and in-between bickering with whoever is coaching the Philadelphia 76ers these days.
He has been diagnosed by a second physician with cartilage damage under his right kneecap that will require rest and rehabilitation.
For all intents and purposes, his season is over and, as Sam Donnellon writes in the Philadelphia Daily:
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