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Costas Tonight to Include Talk on Gun Culture and 2012 in Review- The final 2012 edition of Costas Tonight will air tonight at 9:00p.m. ET on the NBC Sports Network. John McEnroe and Charles Barkley will join Costas to discuss his halftime commentary. Costas will also be joined on the show by Pat Riley, Michael Phelps,
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Charles Barkley is never one to shy away from a controversial topic, and he taped an appearance on NBC Sports Network’s Costas Now, to discuss gun violence in wake of the Kansas City Cheifs Jovan Belcher murdering his girlfriend and mother to his child, then taking his own life as members of the organization watched. [...]
Arun MoraceCharles Barkley has never been a man to mince words. He’s boldly laid it out for us that only pretty women will be hired as sports reporters. That if paid enough money, he’d work for the Ku Klux Klan. And he’d never buy his girl a watch, because there’s already a clock over the stove. And now, we’ve got something else to add the to collection of strong words...
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Having been born in 1988, Kevin Durant could have grown up emulating '90s NBA stars like Charles Barkley, Larry "Grandmama" Johnson, Hakeem Olajuwon, Patrick Ewing, Karl Malone, Scottie Pippen, KG or - the most popular fellow at the time - His Airness, MJ. But credit Durant's throw-back brand of hoops to the fundamental play of Larry Legend. In an interview...