Allen Iverson has single-handedly carried the Sixers to the Eastern Conference Finals. After earning his first league MVP, he has put together some of the NBA's all-time memorable performances, joining other Philly legends like Chamberlain, Erving and Barkley in the hearts of Sixer fans. The two teams have split four games this year, and Iverson has averaged 37 a game against the Bucks. Toronto chose single coverage on Iverson for most of their series; expect Iverson to see a variety of defenses from the Bucks. Meanwhile, Philly's fifth-rated defense will lock horns with Milwaukee's second-rated scoring offense. This will be an interesting contrast of styles for the Eastern Conference title.
The Bucks will try to make things very difficult for Iverson (3). Look for Philly to run him off a variety of screens to free him up.
Dikembe Mutombo (55) gets ready for a screen and roll with Aaron McKie (8) while Jumaine Jones (33) and Tyrone Hill (40) set the double for Iverson.
While Mutombo (55) and McKie (8) run the screen and roll, Iverson (3) comes off the double screen.
Glenn Robinson (13) switches off Jones (33) onto Iverson. Iverson breaks the Big Dog down for three.