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The big news on this week's NBA announcing schedule is Charles Barkley making a cameo in the TNT booth Thursday night. He'll announce Spurs-Heat alongside Kevin Harlan and Reggie Miller.
Wednesday, November 28
Houston Rockets @ Oklahoma City Thunder (NBAtv 8PM) Local Broadcast
Minnesota Timberwolves @ Los Angeles Clippers (NBAtv 10:30PM) Local Broadcast
Thursday, November 29
San Antonio Spurs @ Miami Heat (TNT 8PM) Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Charles Barkley
Denver Nuggets @ Golden State Warriors (TNT 10:30PM) Marv Albert, Steve Kerr
Friday, November 30
Washington Wizards @ New York Knicks (NBAtv 7:30PM) Local Broadcast
Denver Nuggets @ Los Angeles Lakers (ESPN 10:30PM) Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy
Saturday, December 1
Brooklyn Nets @ Miami Heat (NBAtv 7:30PM) Local Broadcast
Philadelphia 76ers @ Chicago Bulls (WGNA 8PM) Neil Funk, Stacey King
Sacramento Kings @ Los Angeles Lakers (NBAtv 10:30PM) Local Broadcast
BEST OF MAXIM
For Thursday Night's Miami Heat/San Antonio Spurs game, TNT analyst Charles Barkley made the trip to South Beach and got the opportunity to interview Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich before the start of the second quarter.After Barkley attempted to ask three questions instead of the mandatory two for between quarter interviews, coach Pop had to inform the Chuckster that he couldn't:
Charles Barkley is doing sideline interviews now (for some reason), and if it proves anything about sideline reporting, it's that not even being in the Basketball Hall of Fame gets you any extra time with the coach.
Barkley, on sideline duty for TNT, attempted to ask San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich three questions, which is 50 percent more questions than a sideline reporter...
Have to hand it to Chuck here. "My bad". This is why the world needs more Charles Barkley and another reminder that Gregg Popovich is head and shoulders above everyone else in everything they do. Oh you want me to play my stars on a TNT broadcast in Miami against the Heat? Nah, I'll scare the hell out of them with Matt Bonner and Dejuan Blair. David Stern doesn...
Sir Charles Barkley asked one to many questions to Spurs coach Gregg Popovich last night and Big Poppa cut him off. Charles is only suppose to have 2 questions per interview, and he went for three and Pop had no time for him. Check out the video below.
What a beast Pop is. He caught some flack before this game for not bringing Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker...
TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley conducted a quick sideline interview with San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich before the start of the second quarter of Thursday night's NBA game against the Miami Heat.
Apparently Barkley was unaware that he was only allowed to ask two questions, so when Barkley attempted to ask a third question, Popovich had to politely inform...
The Los Angeles Lakers have taken heat from a number of people over the way they handled their coaching change situation earlier this month, and Charles Barkley is one of the latest. Barkley said he is a fan of Mike D’Antoni as a coach, but he disagrees with the way the Lakers treated Phil Jackson. “Well, I just thought they disrespected Phil Jackson,” Barkley told The Mike...
After their worst start in history, the Washington Wizards
became a national punch line. On TNT, Charles Barkley compared them
with the Washington Generals, and a local newspaper had photos of
fans wearing paper bags over their heads at Monday's 26-point loss
to San Antonio.
Never winning a championship weighs on Charles Barkley, even in retirement. He might say it does not bother him, but he openly admits to rooting for athletes who have never won the big one. Or as he calls them, athletes on the "sh- list."
When Sports Illustrated asked Barkley for his choice for Sportsman of the Year, the ringless Hall of Famer went with a guy who finally...
Any somewhat dedicated fan of the NBA will know the league's toughest task isn't trying to stop LeBron James on a fast break, it isn't trying to guard Kevin Durant 1 on 1, it's the in-game Gregg Popovich interview. We've seen him shut down sideline reporters like Craig Sager and David Aldridge numerous times, but last night was a unique opportunity to see Charles...
He's zinged a local reporter. He's explained how it is to David Aldridge. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's latest mark? Charles Barkley.
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Never winning a championship weighs on Charles Barkley, even in retirement. He might say it does not bother him, but he openly admits to rooting for athletes who have never won the big one. Or as he calls them, athletes on the “sh– list.”
When Sports Illustrated asked Barkley for his choice for Sportsman of the Year, the ringless Hall of Famer went with a guy who finally got...
When San Antonio Spurs' Gregg Popovich wasn't drawing the wrath of NBA Commissioner David Stern during last night's Spurs-Heat clash, Pop was being his usual self during the in-game interviews with TNT.
Except this time, he was being asked the questions by Charles Barkley which you knew meant instant comedy.
"The Chuckster" did time as the sideline reporter...
It’s the time of year when many fans and analysts are making bold proclamations about their teams.
Charles Barkley? Well, he’s here to announce that the Brooklyn Nets are the best team — in New York.
Considering the only contender the Nets have in that horse race is the often-hapless Knicks, maybe it wasn’t such a big deal to anoint Brooklyn. But Barkley was emphatic that...
San Antonio Spurs (13-3) vs. Miami Heat (10-3)
Um, so this game got a lot less interesting.
I mean, it might be fun to watch because Charles Barkley is calling the game, but Gregg Popovich's decision to send Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili home to end this road trip for San Antonio takes a lot of the juice out of this game. This is not a 13-3 Spurs...