Allen Iverson children: How many kids does the NBA legend have?

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Let us know how many children does the NBA legend Allen Iverson have in total

Allen Ezail Iverson a.k.a Allen Iverson, the 1st overall draft pick for the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1996 NBA draft, played 14 seasons of basketball as both a point guard and shooting guard.

The NBA 2001 Most Valuable Player is also the father of five gorgeous children. He hasn’t always been the best husband and it was rumored that he threw his wife out of the house who then later filed for divorce and child support. Despite the rough childhood and many controversies that tag along with his name, he is an NBA legend and contrary to what the crowd feels, a great and loving father as well.

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Allen Iverson while playing for the Philadelphia 76ers. (EZRA SHAW—GETTY IMAGES)

Iverson is the father of five children with his partner Tawanna. Although the couple has seen some troubled waters and has even been through a divorce they are back in each other’s lives and to date are in a loving household. Tiaura, Allen II, Isaiah, Messiah, and Dream Alijha Iverson are the names of the 5 Allen Iverson children, and here’s more on them.

25-Year-Old Tiaura Iverson

Born on December 15, 1995, Tiaura is 25 years old and is a popular Instagram icon with thousands of followers. She is a Taurus and is USA-born and raised. Not much is known of her academic pursuits, however, what we do know is she has a makeup-oriented YouTube channel which she started in 2016. Her social media presence is quite strong with an active following on Twitter and around 70k followers on her IG handle which is @tiaurai. She is the oldest of the Allen Iverson children.

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Tiaura Iverson poses for a selfie. (Instagram)

22-Year-Old Allen II Iverson

Allen Iverson II aka. Jordan Lowery seems to be following his father’s footsteps into the NBA court after being coached quite strongly under his father’s care. Even being only a four-grade student, Jordan’s basketball video of a crossover dribble went viral, for it was better than most grown men.

Born in December 1998, Jordan is the eldest son of Allen and Tawanna. While we are waiting to see the bright future NBA prospect bloom his sportsmanship in the court, the 22-year-old also has made a stride in the music industry with a couple of hit singles in the market.

18-Year-Old Isiah

Isiah Rahsaan Iverson was born on August 8, 2003, and is the youngest son of the couple. His middle name Rahsaan is named as a tribute to one of Allen’s closest friends who died in a gunshot accident. Not much is known about his personal life since Isiah happens to be a private person much like his mother. He tends to avoid the limelight to the point he has no social media account, at least under his official name. The name Isiah means God is Salvation.

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Isaiah Rahsaan Iverson Is The Youngest Son Of Allen Iverson With Tawanna Turner. (Image Source: Instagram/ Allen Iverson.)

16-Year-Old Messiah

Born on August 16, 2005, Messiah is the second-born daughter of Allen. The player retired early especially to care for his 4-year-old in 2010 when she was diagnosed with the rare Kawasaki disease, where the blood vessels get inflamed. The worried father did right by his daughter who needed his utmost presence, but surprisingly leaving the team threw quite some hatred in his way. Messiah seems to be doing well and fine now, although, with this condition, ongoing surgeries are a requirement.

13-Year-Old Dream Alijha

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Dream Alijha Iverson, The Youngest Daughter Of Allen Iverson With Tawanna Turner. (Image Source: Instagram/ Allen Iverson.)

Dream is the youngest daughter to the couple and also the most protected from social media light. She was born on October 7, 2008, and shares a loving bond with her father and her siblings, as we often see through Allen’s Instagram posts on his family.

The family indeed has been through some tough times, with Allen taking up bad habits, spending away from his money. In fact, in 2013, the protective mother Tawanna even ended up suing Allen for kidnapping her children. But today he seems to be doing much better, and he cherishes his family to his utmost.

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