Allen Iverson 54pts Highlight vs Milwaukee Bucks 04/05 BMX VIDEOS - BMX VIDEO CLIPS & MOVIES

A night after the Philadelphia 76ers had a disheartening loss, Allen Iverson made sure it wouldn\'t happen again by playing one of the best games of his stellar career.Iverson scored a season-high 54 points, including his 15,000th career point, and the Sixers won for the fourth time in five games, earning a 116-97 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.\n\n\"I called his play as many times as I possibly could, and it makes my job a lot easier,\" Philadelphia coach Jim O\'Brien said.\n\nIt was the seventh time in Iverson\'s nine-year career that he had scored at least 50 points in a regular-season game, and he has done it three times in the playoffs.\n\nHis career-high is 58 points against Houston in an overtime game on Jan. 15, 2002, and the 54 points tied his second-highest scoring total in a regular-season game.The Bucks tried several different defenders against the five-time All-Star, but none could slow him. He made 17 of 29 shots and 16 of 21 free throws, grabbing eight rebounds before exiting with 2:34 left and the Sixers leading 106-87.\n\nIverson said he did not mind sitting out the final minutes ofa blowout victory instead of attempting to set a career high.\n\n\"Honestly, and I can\'t be any truer than this, all I wanted was for the Milwaukee Bucks to be down one point once there were all zeroes on the board,\" he said.\n\nThe Sixers blew a 19-point, fourth-quarter lead in an overtime loss to New York on Friday night. They opened an 18-point, third-quarter lead against Milwaukee, but watched as the Bucks pulled within 64-63 on Michael Redd\'s 3-pointer with 4:44 left in the quarter.\n\nPhiladelphia, though, went on a 9-0 run to open a 10-point lead and the Bucks came no closer than seven pointsthe rest of the game, and no closer than nine in the fourth quarter.\n\n\"We\'re starting to get some things, and four out of five (games won) is a good indicator,\" O\'Brien said.\n\nMilwaukee, decimated by injuries, has gone 3-14 since starting the season 3-1.\n\n\"The biggest thing for us was we struggled offensively and we are just really limited as to what we can run because of all the new guys,\" Milwaukee coach Terry Porter said.\n\nRedd scored 29 points for the Bucks, who have four players on the injured list and also are playing without the injured Keith Van Horn. Milwaukee missed 58 of 88 shots, shooting a season-low 34 percent.\n\nAndre Iguodala scored 18 points and Corliss Williamson added 15 for Philadelphia.\n\nIverson is the seventh active player and 93rd in NBA history to score 15,000 points. He scored 33 first-half points, making 12 of 17 shots and six of seven free throws.\n\nHis 17-foot jump shot with 6:19 left in the second quarter gave him 15,001 points.\n\nAfter the game, Iverson credited all of his NBA coaches and teammates for the milestone.\n\n\"It made me feel good about the people who have surrounded me and have helped me during my ups and downs in my career,\" he said.\n\nIverson had 12 field goals in the first half to Milwaukee\'s nine. The Bucks missed 25 of 34 shots in the first half, with their starters missing 17 of 20.\n\nGame notes\nAfter Iverson exited the game in the closing minutes, he gave his shoes to young boys wearing Sixers jerseys in the stands. ... The other sixactive players with 15,000 points are Reggie Miller, Shaquille O\'Neal, Gary Payton, Clifford Robinson, Kevin Willis and Latrell Sprewell. ... A night after scoring a season-high 26 points, Kenny Thomas did not dress for the 76ers due to a mid back strain. He was injured in pregame warmups. Williamson made his second start of the season in Thomas\' place. ... Bucks forward Desmond Mason was ejected with 2:57 left in the third quarter for arguing calls. ... Milwaukee signed guard Eddie House before the game. ... Sixers guard John Salmons did not dress due to bronchitis.

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