Allen Iverson led the NBA in scoring four times.
He was the MVP in 2001 and was named to 11 All-Star Games.
And he's in awe of what Steph Curry is doing.
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"That dude, that light-skinned dude. Ahhhhh, man. I never seen anything like this in my life," Iverson said on Sirius XM NBA Radio. "I was a certified serial killer, but this dude has it all."
Iverson's final NBA season was 2009-10 -- Curry's first in the league.
On Dec. 14, 2009, Iverson's 76ers knocked off Curry's Warriors 117-101.
Iverson registered 20 points and four assists, while Curry scored 14 points to go along with four rebounds, four assists, four steals and four turnovers.
Curry eventually was named First-Team All-Rookie.
Since then, he's added an MVP, an NBA title and three All-Star Games to his resume.
"He got the jumper, his handles is what it is ... God man. This dude right here is unreal," Iverson added.