Found January 06, 2012 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
TNT tried something different tonight. Instead of Charles Barkley being in studio, he shared color duties with Reggie Miller during the Heat vs. Hawks game. Early in the telecast, when it seemed the game was going to be a snoozefest (Lebron and Dwade were both out nursing injuries) Chuck’s mic was still on, he shared his thoughts on why Weight Watchers is the best money making scam ever and why Atlanta needs to do everything in their power to try to get Dwight Howard. I actually enjoyed Chuck on the broadcast. It also seemed to work better in studio with Chris Webber, Shaq, EJ and Kenny. Maybe we’re seeing a glimpse at the future.


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