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Yes, Inside the NBA isn’t a college football show … obviously … but Charles Barkley did play at Auburn and did take a few shots at Alabama’s arrested players.
Just good fun. This show is easily one of the best on TV.
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It’s been “Celebrity Week” on The Price is Right. Among the celebrities who have appeared or will appear this week include Sharon Osbourne, Demi Lovato, Drew and Nick Lachey. But for the purposes of sports blogs — which is what this site aspires to be on its best days — the best celebrity the long-running daytime talk show once hosted by Bob Barker and now hosted by the...
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Yes, that’s Charles Barkley’s mother, Charcey Glenn, speaking about her son turning 50 (on February 20) during a TNT bit during all-star weekend festivities. At first this looked to be a goof. We started wondering whether that was Charles in a wig.
TNT, obviously not in the mood to do more Michael Jordan 50th retrospectives, aired “Sir Charles...
While ESPN was dorking out on all things Michael Jordan turning 50, the staff at Turner Sports was busy working on a surprise 50th birthday Charles Barkley (turns 50 on February 20) at this weekend’s all-star festivities. Busted Coverage had boots on the ground with a camera phone to catch Chuck’s birthday speech.
It didn’t disappoint.
Charles, possibly tipsy, kept the message...
It’s celebrity week on The Price is Right, and as luck would have it, the show’s producers nabbed Charles Barkley to be one of their celebrities. The premise is that whatever the contestants win on that particular day the show will match the winnings and donate to the celebrity’s charity of choice. Sir Charles chose Mustard Seed School for Homeless Kids in Sacramento as his...
Did you hear that Michael Jordan turned 50? Of course you did, thanks to a week of ESPN using Michael Jordan’s birthday to sell commercials. Meanwhile, Charles Barkley turns 50 today and didn’t get a retrospective on the WWL.
There’s no mention of it that we can find on ESPN.com/NBA. It doesn’t help that The Round Mound of Rebound works for TNT. That usually means your 50th...
Recently, TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley took a trip to Television Studios in Hollywood and stopped by "The Price Is Right".Prior to a taping of the actual show, Charles got the chance to play a pricing game to win cash for the audience.The catch was that each item had something to with Barkley himself and you'll see how he does in the below clip:
Being a little girl growing up in a basketball centric area like Indiana was one of the richest experiences of my life, but like most of the country, and being a short distance away from Chicago, everyone – my sister, my best friends, Joel, Wes, and Timothy, my basketball coach, my composition teacher, heck even [...]The post Happy 50th Birthday, Charles Barkley appeared first...
The daytime game show "The Price Is Right" is currently in the middle of Celebrity Week where various celebrities play to raise money for charity, and the guest contestant on Thursday's episode is TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley.
Barkley had to place bids on some interesting items, such as a DVD copy of the movie Look Who's Talking Now in which he made a cameo...
Charles Barkley turns 50 on Wednesday, and his eventful life was celebrated in a program aired by TNT. The special, “Sir Charles at 50,” was funny and insightful, and it contained many stories Barkley shared about his life.
One of the best and lesser-known stories Barkley shared was about the time he went on a massive eating binge before the 1984 NBA Draft to discourage the...
Charles Barkley celebrates his 50th birthday
Charles Barkley is 50 years-old today.
Barkley, an Alabama native, who attended Auburn University, is a Hall of Fame NBA player, who was drafted first round by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1984. During his career, he also played for the Phoenix Suns and ended his career as a Houston Rocket months after suffering an injury...
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