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The Philadelphia 76ers have not had a head coach since April 18, the day after they finished their 2012-13 season with a rare win and Doug Collins officially resigned. Since then, the Sixers have hired a new general manager, pulled off a stunning draft-day trade and gone all-in on tanking the upcoming season in hopes of landing the No. 1 pick in next year’s NBA draft.
Yet 95 days since Collins stepped down with tears in his eyes, the Sixers still do not have a coach.
If that seems a little absurd, that’s because it is. Charles Barkley, who went to six All-Star games as a Sixer and has never been shy about saying what he thinks, did not mince words while offering his thoughts on the situation in Philly.
“I think it’s one of the silliest things I’ve seen in sports in a long time,” Barkley told CSNPhilly. “I’m in Philly during the summer, as you know, and I’m watching and reading every day. To not have a coach under contract by now, I think that’s a joke.
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Charles Barkley blasted the Philadelphia 76ers for taking so long with their coaching search, calling it 'silly' and a 'joke.'
Charles Barkley, who never minces words, ripped his former team during a TV interview Friday.
While appearing on Comcast SportsNet's "Philly Sports Talk", the former Philadelphia star said the 76ers are a "joke" for letting their coaching search stretch into late July.
"I think that's one of the silliest things that I've seen in sports in a...
The Philadelphia 76ers are still without a head coach. Former NBA star Charles Barkley thinks that is an absolute “joke.” “I think that’s one of the silliest things that I’ve seen in sports in a long time,” Barkley said on Comcast SportsNet’s Friday edition of “Philly Sports Talk.” “I’m in Philly
Here’s a video of Charles Barkley getting his two-step on with an old lady at Ray Allen’s birthday party this past weekend in Lake Tahoe. You can see Allen on stage with a funky birthday hat in the video. Lake Tahoe isn’t exactly known as the party central of the world (hence why this club looks like a real weird time) but Allen and Chuck were there competing in the American...
Charles Barkley had a busy weekend. After handing out hundreds like party favors at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship on Thursday, Barkley…
With August approaching, the Philadelphia 76ers remain the only NBA team without a head coach. In outspoken former star Charles Barkley’s opinion, that fact is “a joke.”
Appearing on Comcast SportsNet’s “Philly Sports Talk” on Friday, Barkley voiced his disagreement with the Sixers’ decision to allow their coaching search to drag on into late July.
Doug Collins, their...
The 76ers are currently the only team in the NBA without a head coach, and Charles Barkley thinks that is a 'joke.'Check out the original article, which ran on Philly.com this afternoon, here. -- Sam Hinkie knows what he’s doing, or at least he wants us to think he does. A year after his departure, the Houston Rockets are looking like a serious Western Conference Contender...
On Saturday night, Ray Allen’s a party to celebrate Ray Allen’s 38th birthday was held at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe. And wouldn’t you know it, Charles Barkley made an appearance, as both he and Allen were participating in the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship over the weekend, also held in the beautiful Lake Tahoe. Video [...]The post Charles Barkley dances with older...
It was Ray Allen's 38th birthday party, but Charles Barkley was having all the fun, getting groovy with a frisky old white lady on the Harrah's dance floor.
Ray Allen celebrated his 38th birthday at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe Saturday night where teammate, Shane Battier, the most decorated Olympic of all time, Michael Phelps, and Charles Barkley were in attendance. The Heat guard sang Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize” as Charles Barkley danced the night away…
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10) Team is too busy changing jobs of people with actual power
9) They really wanted to give the job to Michael Curry, but the Orlando summer league team didn't bring home the only gold they have a shot at this year
8) Ownership still hung up on that crucial mascot decision from last year, so why would you think thus would go quickly