By Michael Grimm

It’s been 19 years since Sixers Hall of Famer Allen Iverson scored 49 points in Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Lakers.

And his signature last bucket has immortalized on a beer can.

It was one of the most iconic moments of his career as he stepped over Tyronn Lue.

This moment by Iverson is now being monetized byBerks County’s Lost Tavern Brewing, which decided to use the imagery as the design on their latest IPA beer can.

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🏀WE TALKIN’ BOUT PRACTICE🏀 H-Town | 6/20 | 12pm 8.5% DIPA brewed with milk sugar and dry hopped with Cashmere, Citra & El Dorado! $20/4pk | Two 4pks/pp We had a great canning run on this juice bomb and will have roughly 23 cases available for general sale at the Hampton Ave side window this Saturday. Call ahead ordering available at open (12pm)! All presale orders to be picked up at rear Oak Street loading dock behind brewery. 🥂Until We Brunch Again🥂: We will have a final count on this 6.5% Raspberry Bellini inspired sour ale shortly but anticipating between 35-40 cases available for general sale on Saturday at open! $20/4pk | Two 4pks/pp 🍺☎️(484)851-3980☎️🍺 @randevoofoodtruck will be on the scene all day Saturday!!! Shoutout to @thetwistedplottco for this killer label!!

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