Iverson out against New York with sprained ankle
Iverson, second in the NBA in scoring at 33.6 points per game, was injured in the fourth quarter Thursday against Orlando. Iverson slid across the baseline and his left foot jammed into a stationary Dwight Howard. Iverson immediately grimaced in pain, hobbled down the line and around the right side of the court all the way to the bench.
Iverson is day-to-day and might not make the trip to Orlando for Sunday's game.
"Allen is one of the few guys that can tolerate a lot of pain," 76ers coach Maurice Cheeks said. "If Allen can't play, you know he's really, really hurt."
Kevin Ollie started for Iverson.
Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press
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