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Charles Barkley says he would pay for recruits; Rips NCAA and North Carolina (VIDEO)

Charles Barkley talks with Campus Insiders on why he has no respect for the NCAA, and what he would do if an Auburn booster asked for money to recruit a player.   ____________________________________ Want to continue this Kentucky Wildcats discussion? Subscribe to our RSS feed to always be in the know. Like us on Facebook. […]
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Phil Jackson and Charles Barkley have debate over Knicks and Triangle offense

I think this is so silly and I’m actually taking Charles Barkley’s side on this. Phil Jackson wasn’t thrilled when Barkley was saying unflattering things about the Knicks and the Triangle Offense while calling the Bulls/Knicks game on Thursday night. Charles Barkley said that the system didn’t matter and it had always been about the players (Triangle was fruitful with Michael...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley Doesn’t Want Fans Voting For All Star Game

Hall of Famer and former All Star Charles Barkley does not think fans should vote for the starting All Stars. The TNT analyst stated an opinion he strongly believes that fans shouldn’t determine the five starting all stars on each team. Barkley said “Just because you watch Grey’s Anatomy doesn’t mean you can do an operation” as a comparison. The popular Kobe Bryant will...
Via Basketball Bicker
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Barkley Says Bulls Are Best In The East, Under One Condition

Are the Bulls the best team in the East? Well Charles Barkley certainly thinks so…if Derrick Rose stays healthy.  In an interview with the Chicago Tribune Barkley said that the Bulls have no weaknesses, a great coach and are solid at every position; the key to them being the best in the east he says is a healthy Rose. A 15-9 the team has shown spurts of dominance; but they have...
Via Sports Mockery
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith discuss Ferguson

Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith are used to debating things on national TV, but those topics are usually centered around basketball. In recent days, though, the conversation has shifted to Ferguson, police behavior and general race relations in America. Barkley had strong takes in a CNN interview, going as far to call Ferguson looters and rioters as “scumbags.” Smith responded...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley weighs in on Eric Garner’s death

Mainstream media keeps asking Charles Barkley for his opinions on race relations in America and Barkley keeps offering them. On an interview set to air on Wednesday, days after Barkley set off a bit of a media firestorm by calling rioters in Ferguson “scumbags”, he was asked for his opinion on whether the death of Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Kenny Smith Writes Open Letter To Charles Barkley On Ferguson Prostests

If you’ve ever wondered why anyone needs to know how Charles Barkley feels about issues like the Ferguson, Mo., protesters, then you have something in common with Kenny Smith. Smith, one of Barkley’s co-hosts on TNT’s “Inside the NBA,” penned an open letter to his friend and colleague for USA TODAY addressing Barkley’s recent comments on the fallout to the Michael Brown...
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Kenny Smith writes open letter to Barkley about Ferguson

Earlier this week, Charles Barkley made headlines when he referred to the rioters in Ferguson, Mo. as “scumbags” and told CNN there is a reason the police racially profile African-Americans the way that they do. Barkley’s opinion upset one of his colleagues. On Wednesday, fellow TNT analyst Kenny Smith wrote an open letter to Barkley....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley speaks out with controversial comments about Ferguson

NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley’s outspokenness is one of his major draws.  Sir Charles is known not just for his strong opinions on basketball, but on all things in society.  Barkley will always tell you exactly what he’s thinking, no matter the subject. In an appearance on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia that is now making the viral rounds, that subject was Ferguson...
Via Awful Announcing
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley explains rift with Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley used to be close buddies but are no longer good friends. Barkley says that is due to MJ getting offended by Chuck’s criticism of the Charlotte Bobcats. Barkley did an interview with Yahoo!’s Graham Bensinger and was asked about his friendship with Jordan, which dates back to their time together […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

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