PHILADELPHIA -- Allen Iverson cupped his hand to his left ear and asked to hear his favourite tune one more time. Kevin King Jersey . With that command, 20,000 roaring Philadelphia 76ers fans gave AI the standing ovation he earned by stamping himself as one of the franchises all-time greats. Iverson, emotional as he thanked former teammates and friends, had his No. 3 retired at halftime of Saturdays game against Washington. High above the Wells Fargo Center court, Iversons banner slipped between Maurice Cheeks No. 10 and Charles Barkleys No. 34. "They all wanted me to talk about how much yall loved me," Iverson said, "but trust me, the feeling was mutual." Iverson officially retired in October after last playing in 2010. He won four scoring titles for the Sixers and was the 2001 MVP when he led them to the NBA Finals. He never won a championship, the lone omission in a career that is destined for the Hall of Fame. The Sixers may as well have turned the arena into an AI museum. Four banners greeted fans at the main concourse entrance, and photos of him were plastered all around the arena. The merchandise stands sold Iverson jerseys for $130, and lower level tickets were going for as much for $1,280 on Stubhub about an hour before the 7:30 p.m. tipoff. The fans loved him, and he blew them kisses after the No. 3 was raised to show how much he loved them back. "I am Philly," Iverson said. "Its always going to be that way." Iversons return injected a rare dose of excitement into a franchise playing some of the worst basketball in the league. The Sixers, in full-blown rebuilding mode, had lost 12 straight entering Saturdays game. The losing didnt matter much Saturday, just the memories. The Sixers wore special "Iverson Forever" patches on their jerseys and Iversons 3 on their pregame warmup shirts. "Its a great example of how this city responds to somebody that they clearly think the world of and brought such exciting times to the city of Philadelphia," Sixers coach Brett Brown said. The Sixers retirement gift was a boat named in honour of his nickname, "The Answer." "It feels good," Iverson said after the ceremony, "but some part of my heart hurts because I know its over." Iverson joined Cheeks, Barkley, Wilt Chamberlain and Julius Erving among the eight retired numbers in franchise history. Erving attended the ceremony. Moses Malone, Dikembe Mutombo, Theo Ratliff, Gary Payton and former team president Pat Croce also were at the celebration. Former coach Larry Brown, who both clashed with and loved Iverson over their tenure, sent a videotaped message. "I just want to tell you, and I say this fondly: God put me there to coach you," Brown said. Iverson said Brown was the player who moulded him into one of the NBAs best. "I always had raw talent," he said. "I needed Larry Brown to polish it up." Iverson was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1996 draft and spent his first 10 seasons in Philadelphia. He also played for Denver, Detroit, and Memphis before returning to Philadelphia for a 25-game stint in 2009-10. Iverson, who mashed hip-hop culture and hoops like no player before him, was perhaps at his peak in his fifth NBA season. The 165-pound guard averaged 31.1 points, was the MVP of the All-Star game and propped an entire franchise on his 6-foot frame all the way to the finals. Led by Brown, the Sixers needed Game 7 wins in consecutive series for the right to play the Lakers. Shaquille ONeal, Kobe Bryant and the Lakers swept their way through the post-season before Game 1 in Los Angeles. Iverson had 48 points in 52 minutes of an overtime victory. The Sixers didnt have enough to go the distance and the Lakers won the next four games. Hes 21st on the NBAs career scoring list with 24,368 points over 914 career games. Iverson, drafted out of Georgetown, scored 30-plus points 345 times and was an 11-time All-Star. His No. 3 jersey was a bestseller around the globe, the headband wrapped snugly around his cornrows, and the tattoos were as much a part of his image as the way he ricochets around the court. Play every game like it was his last was more than a catchphrase, it was a lifestyle. "Who could not be an Allen Iverson fan?" said Thaddeus Young, the lone current Sixers player who played with Iverson. "It got no bigger than him in Philadelphia." NBA Commissioner Adam Silver was at the game for AIs night. "Allen was a special player," Silver said before the game. "The great things he did for the league far outweigh the occasional headache. I always thought even at the time of Allen Iversons prominence in the league, he was representative of his generation." Justin Vogel Jersey . Thornton emerged as one of the leagues best defensive ends against the run in 2013. 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In total, the networks deliver more than 100 hours of live coverage from the first round through to the finals, as well as encore broadcasts of overnight matches during the afternoons (see broadcast schedule below). As the undisputed home of premier tennis in Canada, TSN has the court covered throughout the entire 2014 season, serving up exclusive coverage of Grand Slam tennis, beginning with the AUSTRALIAN OPEN and continuing with the FRENCH OPEN, WIMBLEDON, and U.S. OPEN. TSN.ca has exclusive bonus online coverage of the AUSTRALIAN OPEN throughout the early rounds of the tournament, including full live streaming of select matches. In addition, TSN Digital platforms keep tennis fans up-to-date on all the latest news, highlights, scores, and stats from Melbourne Park. French-language coverage of the AUSTRALIAN OPEN is available on RDS and RDS2. Fans can follow Canadians Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard at the AUSTRALIAN OPEN on TSN and TSN2, while TSN.ca and SPORTSCENTRE have all the highlights as the up-and-coming stars compete down under. As the top-ranked Canadian and winner of the 2013 Lionel Conacher Award for Canadian Press Male Athlete of the Year, Raonic looks to continue his steady rise in the ATP rankings, and arrives at the 2014 AUSTRALIAN OPEN on the heels of a run to the fourth round in the 2013 U.S. OPEN. Entering her second season of Grand Slam events, Bouchard looks to build on a successful 2013 season that saw her win multiple awards, including WTA Newcomer of the Year, Tennis Canadas female player of the year, and the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award for Canadas female athlete of the year. Defending champion Novak Djokovic returns to Melbourne Park to compete for an unprecedented fourth consecutive AUSTRALIAN OPEN title. The star-studded mens field also includes 2013 WIMBLEDON champion Andy Murray, four-time AUSTRALIAN OPEN winner Roger Federer and current World #1 player Rafael Nadal. The womens side features 17-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams, who is coming off victories at the 2013 FRENCH OPEN and U.S. OPEN. The field also includes 2013 AUSTRALIAN OPEN champ Victoria Azarenka, who successfully defennded her first Grand Slam title at last years tournament, and World #3-ranked player Maria Sharapova. Demetri Goodson Jersey. . TSN and TSN2s broadcast schedule* for the 2014 AUSTRALIAN OPEN is as follows:Sunday, Jan. 12• 7 p.m. ET - Early Round Coverage: Day #1 (TSN2) Monday, Jan. 13• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #1 (TSN2; encore at 1 p.m. ET on TSN)• 9:30 p.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #2 (TSN) Tuesday, Jan. 14• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #2 (TSN; encore at 1 p.m. ET on TSN)• 9 p.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #3 (TSN2) Wednesday, Jan. 15• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #3 (TSN2; encore at 1 p.m. ET on TSN)• 10 p.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #4 (TSN) Thursday, Jan. 16• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #4 (TSN; encore at 1 p.m. ET on TSN2)• 11 p.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #5 (TSN2) Friday, Jan. 17• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #5 (TSN2; encore at 1 p.m. ET on TSN2) • 9 p.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #6 (TSN2) Saturday, Jan. 18• 3 a.m. ET – Early Round Coverage: Day #6 (TSN2; encore at 12 noon ET on TSN2)• 9 p.m. ET – Round of 16 (TSN2) Sunday, Jan. 19• 3 a.m. ET – Round of 16 (TSN2; encore at 3 p.m. ET on TSN2) • 10 p.m. ET – Round of 16 (TSN2) Monday, Jan. 20• 3 a.m. ET – Round of 16 (TSN; encore at 1:30 p.m. ET on TSN)• 9 p.m. ET – Mens and Womens Quarter-Finals (TSN) Tuesday, Jan. 21• 3 a.m. ET – Mens and Womens Quarter-Finals (TSN; encore at 2:30 p.m. ET on TSN)• 9:30 p.m. ET – Mens and Womens Quarter-Finals (TSN) Wednesday, Jan. 22• 3:30 a.m. ET – Mens and Womens Quarter-Finals (TSN; encore at 2:30 p.m. ET on TSN) • 9:30 p.m. ET – Womens Semifinals (TSN) Thursday, Jan. 23• 3:30 a.m. ET – Mens Semifinal #1 (TSN; encore at 2:30 p.m. ET on TSN) Friday, Jan. 24• 3:30 a.m. ET – Mens Semifinal #2 (TSN; encore at 2:30 p.m. ET on TSN) Saturday, Jan. 25• 3 a.m. ET – Womens Final (TSN; encore at 12:30 p.m. ET on TSN) Sunday, Jan. 26• 3 a.m. ET – Mens Final (TSN; encore at 12 noon ET on TSN) *Schedule subject to change Cheap Throwback Baseball Detroit Tigers Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Colorado Rockies Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Houston Astros Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Kansas City Royals Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Los Angeles Angels Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Miami Marlins Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Minnesota Twins Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball New York Mets Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball New York Yankees Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Oakland Athletics Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Philadelphia Phillies Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball San Francisco Giants Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Seattle Mariners Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball St. Louis Cardinals Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Tampa Bay Rays Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Texas Rangers Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys Cheap Throwback Baseball Washington Nationals Jerseys ' ' '