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Hilarity ensued in Philadelphia on Friday when the Sixers unveiled a statue honoring Allen Iverson’s infamous crossover dribble.

Black Twitter wondered why the statue is so tiny compared to the statue of Rocky — a fictional movie character.

The Sixers commissioned the statue to honor Iverson, who played 14 seasons in the NBA. 10 of those seasons were with the 76ers.

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Iverson, 48, was named the NBA’s MVP in 2001. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.

The artist included Iverson’s signature braids and headband in the design.

For all of his accomplishments, Black Twitter said the Sixers could’ve done better.

“Why is it like 3 feet tall? This is an action figure,” one person wrote.

Another user wrote: “Sixers promised Allen Iverson a statue and gave him a toy soldier.”

A third person tweeted: “Nah man I know yall ain’t do Allen Iverson like this.”