Found February 15, 2013 on
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As you probably know, Charles Barkley went to Auburn. Like most other Tigers, he is not very fond of Alabama. Barkley is also one of the most outspoken television analysts in sports, which is why it comes as no surprise that he wore a bandage and put fake blood on his head on the set of TNT’s “Inside the NBA” Thursday night to poke fun at the recent Alabama player arrests. “Ernie, you’re not gonna believe this,” Barkley said to co-host Ernie Johnson. “Being the Auburn guy that I am, I wanted to be first class. I went down to the University of Alabama to congratulate the Crimson Tide on winning a BCS Championship and I got mugged. I got mugged in Tuscaloosa, Ernie, and my credit cards are missing.” Barkley was then told to “leave the kids alone” by his colleagues. “Oh it’s my fault they buggin’ people?” he replied. While the charade was simply Chuck being Chuck, the incident hardly seems like a laughing matter. As the student who was reportedly “badly beaten” by four Bama player
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Charles Barkley has been mocked on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” for many of his personal hygienic and grooming habits. The crew mocked him recently for getting his eyebrows waxed, though Barkley was not embarrassed and instead boasted about getting manicures and pedicures as well. But things may have gone a little too far on Friday. During halftime of the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge...
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Motormouth basketball analyst Charles Barkley decided to tweak his college rivals tonight during Thursday night's NBA on TNT broadcast. Barkley, who played his college ball at Auburn, opened the broadcast with a bandage wrapped around his head. The Chuckwagon quipped that he had been mugged and robbed on a trip to Tuscaloosa, a not-so-veiled allusion to the arrests of four Alabama...
I have learned so much about Charles Barkley since he joined the TNT’s Inside The NBA show, but some things I could have went without knowing. Last night Barkley shared with the world that he used to keep Vaseline in his belly button during games.
Barkley proclaimed he used the Vaseline to prevent chapped lips. While trying to understand his logic, I failed miserably. On one hand...
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Karl Malone said that Charles Barkley used to keep Vaseline in his belly button during games. Find out why he would do that.
Charles Barkley, being the Auburn Alum that he is, couldn’t resist taking a shot at the Alabama Crimson Tide football players that were recently arrested for assaulting a student and stealing his credit cards. Nothing like Chuck in front of a camera during All Star Weekend to keep things entertaining.
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We all know that NBA analyst Charles Barkley will do some things for a laugh and back on Thursday night, he decided to don a head bandage.The Chuckster created a phony story about getting robbed while attempting to visit the University of Alabama and well, I think he tells it best:
Charles Barkley, an Auburn alum, did not miss an opportunity to zing rival Alabama following the arrest of four of the Tide's football players for beating up a student.
You never know what you might hear on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” during Friday night’s special broadcast for the BBVA Rising Stars challenge (the reloaded rookie-sophomore game) there was a special guest on hand, NBA legend, Karl Malone. Karl shared a story about how he and Charles Barkley were roommates at one point. Karl began a story about how Charles is a neat-freak but...
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While at the NBA All Star weekend in Houston, Karl Malone caught up with TNT host during halftime and reminisced on Charles Barkley. Malone revealed some information that might have caused you to shift your seat while watching it live, he says that Barkley use to keep vaseline in his...
Last night the NBA’s youngest stars rallied together to play in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge Game. Charles Barkley’s team demolished Team Shaq with a 165-135 victory. The MVP honors was awarded to Denver Nugget forward Kenneth Faried, who scored 40-points and 10-rebounds.
In addition to starting off the NBA All-Stars weekend, Adidas players also made a strong impact during...
For what it's worth, they won.
Timberwolves guards Ricky Rubio and Alexey Shved both participated on Charles Barkley's team, Team Chuck, in Friday night's BBVA Rising Stars Challenge. Barkley's crew defeated Shaquille O'Neal's, 163-135, in a high-scoring and completely unrealistic game that eventually devolved into a dunk exhibition.
Rubio, who started the...