NBA legend and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley is nothing if not consistent.
Over the years, Barkley has repeatedly hit out at star players forging unions via free agency and the creation of so-called "super teams:"
"I'm sick of these guys stacking their team ... I hate the super team."— First Take (@FirstTake) July 1, 2019
—Charles Barkley pic.twitter.com/tfe0HWRD0t
"I wouldn’t even have counted that as a championship. I’m not going to lie. Me and Karl Malone – if he had won a championship with the (Los Angeles) Lakers, that doesn’t count. That doesn’t count."
That's easy for Barkley to say decades after the fact considering he never played in a single NBA Finals game while with Houston. The closest "Sir Charles" came to winning a title was when he and the Phoenix Suns fell to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the 1993 NBA Finals.
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