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Allen Iverson Will Receive $32 Million From Sponsors Reebok When He Will Turn 55 In 2030

As per Action Network's business analyst Darren Rovell, Iverson will have access to the $32 million Allen Iverson Reebok Trust Fund when he turns 55 in 2030. 

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Though the Philadelphia 76ers legend Allen Iverson has not played in the league for over 10 years, Reebok is still paying him $800,000 per year. The deal Iverson signed years ago is said to have saved the 76ers star from going bankrupt after his NBA career ended. As per Action Network's business analyst Darren Rovell, Iverson will have access to the $32 million Allen Iverson Reebok Trust Fund when he turns 55 in 2030. 

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Allen Iverson Reebok trust: Allen Iverson to earn $32 million after the Allen Iverson Reebok Trust will mature in 2030

In 2001, Iverson signed a deal with Reebok that would pay him $800,000 a year throughout his lifetime. However, the deal included a $32 million trust fund which he would receive only after he turns 55 ten years later. This deal with Reebok was revealed after his ex-wife filed for divorce. She will now receive half of the trust when it matures.

Last year, the CEO of Reebok International Ltd Matt O'Toole stated that they think Iverson is an iconic basketball personality and continues to remain relevant for many of their customers, making him worth the money they are paying him. The 76ers legend won the NBA MVP award in 2001, after which he signed with Reebok and then-CEO Paul Fireman. 

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Allen Iverson birthday: Iverson's highschool tape goes viral on Allen Iverson birthday

A new Iverson clip being shared on the internet shows Iverson's talent as a young football player. As Iverson turned 45 this week, people shared footage of the 76ers legend playing football. When Iverson played at Bethel High School in Virginia, he was a quarterback, running back, defensive back, and kick returner. When he was a junior at Bethel High School, Allen Iverson had led their football and basketball team to the Virginia State Championships. He even earned the High School Player of the Year awards for both the games. 

While he was great at football, he stuck with basketball. He became the star player at Georgetown and was the No.1 overall pick by Philadelphia 76ers during the 1996 NBA Draft. Iverson was an 11-time NBA All-Star and was inducted in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016. In an interview, Florida State coach Bobby Bowden stated that he thinks of Allen Iverson as the player 'that got away'.

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Allen Iverson Net worth: Allen Iverson Reebok Trust and career earnings

As per Celebrity Net Worth, Iverson's net worth is $1 million. Though the player earned over $200 million from salary and endorsements in the NBA, overspending and a divorce impacted his finances which resulted in financial troubles and legal troubles. This includes his $32 million trust fund, which came to light when his wife filed for divorce. 

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