Ice Cube loved the idea. Then again, it was his idea. The sports fan-turned-rapper-turned-actor believed a new basketball league — the BIG3 — could thrive; one where former NBA stars, like Allen Iverson and Chauncey Billups, could fill the summer sports void in a new 3-on-3 format. Of course, new sports leagues are created all...
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