You can say "You were wrong" all you want but you have nothing backing up your statements like I have done. Lets begin with AI being replaced at PG on every team he has been on... In his rookie season he mainly played PG while Stackhouse played SG. In 1996-97 AI played over 40 mpg while Stackhouse played 37.5 mpg which consumed most of the backcourt time. In his rookie season (playing the PG position) he averaged over 23 ppg and 7 apg. 1996-97 Philadelphia 76ers Roster and Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com Allen Iverson Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com Jerry Stackhouse Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com In 1998 again AI and Stack played most of the time in the backcourt. Snow just got on the team and played 18 mpg. McKie played 23 mpg. McKie and Stackhouse, can we agree?, played SG. This meant AI was the PG. Aaron McKie Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com 1997-98 Philadelphia 76ers Roster and Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com Eric Snow Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com Now it is too time consuming to go through each year so I will go to the year the Sixers "replaced AI at PG". In 2000 the Sixers main guards were McKie, Hughes, Snow, and AI. McKie averaged less than 3 APG a game, Hughes about 1.5 APG, but they played less than AI so it is not right to compare their ability to play PG for the Sixers to him. On the other hand. Snow averaged 3 more APG than AI did that year, but he averaged 70% less points per game. They also only had about a 5 mpg difference too. AI was not replaced at PG. AI just outscored Snow more than Snow outassisted him so AI naturally moved to the SG position with some minutes here and there from Hughes and McKie. In Denver I do not know who this other player is that you are talking about. Out of the 3 players I mentioned AI, Carter, and Smith. AI played both PG and SG, PG with Smith, and SG with Carter. He was not replaced. He just did not play PG all the time because Carter could not play SG. And as for Detroit AI has not been replaced by anyone because he is the one who is coming in. In fact he replaced Rip in the backcourt, who replaced Tayshaun at SF, who replaces Amir at PF.