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Stephen Curry and Shaq produce documentary on Allen Iverson

Prime Video announced the start of a documentary on Allen Iverson. The particularity is that it is co-produced by Jersey Legends and Unanimous Media, the production companies of Shaquille O'Neal and Stephen Curry.

“I am ready to tell my story my way, authentically and unapologetically. I can’t wait for people to see a side of me they’ve never seen before,” reacted Allen Iverson, whose statue will soon be unveiled outside the Sixers training center.

For the moment, the feature film has no title or release date, but the good news is that it will be released at the same time in every country in the world. “Allen was a pioneer in the world of sports and entertainment”recalled Shaq. “His cultural impact went beyond basketball and this documentary will focus on properly defining his legacy. »

Unanimous Media on the inspiring journey of former NBA superstar Allen Iverson. The documentary will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories around the world, and is the latest addition to Prime membership. Prime members enjoy savings, convenience and entertainment, all in one membership.

A heritage to tell and introduce to younger generations

Prime Video actually evokes a documentary focused on the impact of Allen Iverson on and off the field, and promises to go to the sources of the phenomenon, near Hampton, Virginia.

“We are thrilled to partner with Prime Video, Shaquille O'Neal and Jersey Legends to tell the incredible story of Allen Iverson, a revolutionary figure who had a huge influence on and off the field,” said Stephen Curry and Erick Peyton of Unanimous Media. “This project gives us the opportunity to shed light on Iverson's career, legacy and impact through engaging storytelling that will appeal to audiences around the world. »

It will be recalled that a year ago, NBA TV broadcast the documentary “Everything But the Chip: the 2001 76ers”, centered on the incredible 2000/01 season of the Sixers marked by a final lost to the Lakers and a championship title. MVP for Iverson.

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