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 capable Drew Carey is one Charles Barkley, whose appearance will air on Thursday, Feb. 21.
Once Barkley — who reportedly said it had been a lifelong dream to play The Price Is Right – joins Carey on stage after the traditional order of “Come on Down!”, Sir Charles bids on a variety of items, all tangentially related to him. First up, Barkley had to bid on a “vintage DVD” of Look Who’s Talking Now, a film in which Barkley made a cameo. Next up, a pair of Air Max Barkleys, followed by a bid on a little black dress and size 15 heels, an outfit made famous in one of Barkley’s Weight Watchers commercials. Up next, Barkley bids on a vintage trading card featuring Barkley’s TNT’s Inside the NBA colleague, Kenny Smith. And finally, he has to bid on a 2013 Cadillac Escalade Platinum.
Charles Barkley is usually must-watch TV when he’s working NBA games. One can only imagine what Sir Charles is capable of when he steps away from the TNT desk. Viewers got a chance to find out on Thursday as the former NBA star came on down for The Price Is Right, joining host Drew Carey to bid on several items from his past. While he severely undersold a vintage DVD of Look Who’s...
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:
It’s celebrity week on the The Price Is Right, and what do you know?..Charles Barkley “came on down” to be the next contestant in a game with host, Drew Carey. Barkley had to guess the retail value of a few items from his past, including a “Look Who’s Talking Now” DVD (film he appeared in), Nike Air Max Barkley’s, and pal, Kenny Smith’s, 1988 Fleer basketball card.
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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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It isn’t unusual for siblings and parents to speak up, but they are doing much more harm than good, so know your role and shut your mouth. You aren’t the star, so stop acting like one.
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