An ankle injury may spell the end of Allen Iverson's basketball career, according to a report from Turkey, where Iverson has been playing in the European League. It might not have ended well, but let's remember the good times.

5. Steal vs. Wizards » In 2004, with Washington setting up for a final shot in a tie game, Iverson steals Jarvis Hayes' inbound pass and streaks the other way for a breakaway, beat-the-clock layup with 0.2 seconds left for a 116-114 win in Philadelphia.

4. Dunking over Camby » In Toronto in 1998, a missed shot bounds high above the rim. Iverson catches it with one hand and jams it through the hoop, riding piggy-back, for an instant, on the shoulders of 6-foot-11 Marcus Camby.

3. Lighting up MCI Center » In the 2001 All-Star Game in Washington, Iverson scores 15 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, rallying the East from a 21-point deficit on his way to MVP honors. It would be a highlight of a spectacular season in which he would carry his team to the NBA Finals and win league MVP.

2. Stepping over Lue » In the 2001 NBA Finals in Los Angeles, Iverson hits a step-back jumper, then steps over a fallen Tyronn Lue. It was two of his 48 points in a 107-101 overtime victory in Game 1 of the series.

1. Crossing over Jordan » As an NBA rookie in 1997, Iverson left Michael Jordan grasping for air, dribbling right, then through his legs left, then right again to free himself for a jumper.