Well I think plenty of people who have follow Iverson's dilemma with the Pistons, saw this one coming before he even played with the Grizzlies. Iverson just don't want to come of the bench, he wants to start. Iverson is a great scorer but for me he can still help a team coming of the bench, but I think the superstar status in him or his pride doesn't agree.
The Memphies Grizzlies announced Monday that the team has ended its one year contract with the 10 time All Star and former MVP in what it called a mutual agreement. Iverson began an indefinite leave of absence on Nov. 7 to deal with a personal issue after playing only three games with the Grizzlies.
"Because of personal matters that forced him to leave the team on November 7, Allen will step away the game at this time, allowing him to focus on those matters," general manager Chris Wallace said in a statement. "As a result, we will be ending our contractual agreement with Allen, which allow both parties to move forward. We wish Allen the best."
Memphis owner Michael Heisley said he would be happy to trade Iverson to another team if a better deal came along.