- Served as a co-captain for Team USA at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, and led the team in scoring (13.8 ppg)
- Feb. 19, 2004, vs. Seattle scored 40 points in a game for the 50th time
- Named an Eastern Conference All-Star starter in 2004 for the 5th year in a row (2000-04)
- 10th fastest player to reach 14,000 points on Jan. 23, 2004
- Averaged 14.3 points and 3.8 assists per game helping USA Basketball Men's Senior National team qualify for the 2004 Olympics
- Named the 2000-01 NBA Most Valuable Player, leading the league in scoring (31.1 ppg) and steals (2.51 spg)
- Most Valuable Player of the 2001 All-Star Game
- Three times selected All-NBA Second Team (2000, 2002, 2003)
- Two time first team All-NBA Team (1999, 2001)
- Named the 1996-97 Schick NBA Rookie of the Year, becoming the first 76ers player to ever win the award
- Set the Sixers all-time rookie record with 1,787 points
- Scored 40 points in five straight games in April 1997 to set an NBA rookie record
- Named MVP of the Schick Rookie Game during the 1997 NBA All-Star Weekend, posting 19 points and a game-high 9 assists
- Named NBA Rookie of the Month for November, 1997, leading all rookies in scoring (21.8 ppg), assists (6.4 apg) and steals (2.67 spg)
- Entering 10th season with the 76ers. Only one active player has played with only one team for a longer period of time (Kevin Garnett, MIN).
- Finished the 2004-05 season with 2,302 points, marking the second highest single-season scoring total in franchise history (1965-66, Wilt Chamberlain, 2,649).
- Captured his fourth scoring title (30.9 ppg) in 2004- 05, joining Wilt Chamberlain (7 times), Michael Jordan (10 times) and George Gervin (4 times) as the only players in NBA history to capture four or more scoring titles (31.4 ppg in 2001-02, 31.3 ppg in 2000-01 and 26.8 ppg in 1998-99).
- Voted MVP of the 2005 NBA All-Star Game after finishing with 15 points, nine assists and four steals in his sixth-straight All-Star Game as a starter for the Eastern Conference. Also was named MVP of the 2001 NBA All-Star Game.
- Finished fifth in the voting for 2004-05 NBA Most Valuable Player behind 2005 Most Valuable Player Steve Nash (Phoenix), Shaquille O’Neal (Miami), Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas) and Tim Duncan (San Antonio).
- Three-time first team All-NBA selection (1999, 2001, 2005) and three-time second-team All-NBA selection (2000, 2002 and 2003).
- Averaged a 2005 NBA Playoff-high 31.2 points per game against Detroit in the First Round. In 62 career playoff games, has averaged 30.6 points per game, the second highest scoring average in NBA Playoff history behind only Michael Jordan (33.4 ppg).
- In Game 3 of the 2005 First Round matchup with Detroit, finished with 37 points and 15 assists becoming the fourth player in NBA Playoff history to have 35 or more points and 15 or more assists in a game joining John Bagley (Boston), Walt Frazier (New York) and Jerry West (L.A. Lakers, twice).
- Tied the fourth-best single-game Playoff assists total in franchise history in Game 3 (4/29/05 vs. DET), finishing with 15 assists.
- Became the second player in franchise history (Wilt Chamberlain, 3 times) to score 60 or more points in a game when he dropped a career-high 60 points vs. Orlando (2/12).
- Became the seventh player in NBA history to score 50 or more points in consecutive games, joining Rick Barry, Elgin Baylor, Wilt Chamberlain, Antawn Jamison, Michael Jordan and Bernard King.
- During his career has scored 50 or more points nine times during the regular season (6-3).
- Became the first player in NBA history since steals have been recorded (1973-74) to finish in the top-5 in scoring (30.7 ppg), steals (2.40), and assists (7.9).
- Hosts the Allen Iverson Celebrity Classic during the off-season, a weekend that includes a celebrity softball game.
|Selected by Philadelphia with first overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft…signed first contract extension with the 76ers on Jan. 26, 1999...signed a multi-year contract extension on Sept. 25, 2003.|