Adams, N.Y.: "His angry young oppressed black-man image is b———.... I am white and not prejudiced, but I do not feel sorry for Allen Iverson."
Another e-mail: "[The] stare, tattoos and pants to the waist showing his jockstrap sum up the reason I have not watched an NBA game in years."
San Diego: "The picture of Allen Iverson is revolting."
Lindon, Utah: "I object to this grotesque and irreverent picture."
Hundreds of people were obsessed by what's on the outside of the man, not the inside. Not a word about will and loyalty and effort. Not a word of praise for a young superstar who has stuck with one team, one woman his whole career. You see him, but you don't see him.
And he lives with this crap every freaking day.
I'm canceling their subscriptions.