Found December 10, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Charles Barkley called out Dwyane Wade the past two weeks, and LeBron James says the TNT analyst needs to “shut up” now that Wade proved him wrong.
The Miami Heat have appeared on TNT’s nationally televised game the past two Thursdays. Barkley has gone after Wade’s play while discussing the games on “Inside the NBA.” He has said that the Miami Heat guard is older and no longer attacks the basket the way he used to. He also has said that the Heat won’t win another title the way Wade has been playing.
Wade shot 10-for-30 in those two TNT games, averaging just 16 points.
When asked on Saturday about Barkley’s criticism, Wade seemed to indicate there was a rift between them.
“I forgot all about that guy,” he said, according to FOX Sports Florida’s Chris Tomasson.
Though Wade brushed aside Barkley’s criticism, the comments seemed to inspire him.
Wade shot 9-of-12 for 26 points in a win over the Hornets on Saturday, and he went 11-of-13 for 26 points in a win over the Hawks on Monday. The
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