Charles Barkley on ‘99 fight with Shaq: “we fought like girls”

Last night on TNT, NBA Playoff viewers were treated to entertaining analysis and banter from the “Inside The NBA” crew of Kenny Smith, Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. During halftime of the Houston Rockets/Minnesota Timberwolves’ game, Barkley had folks on twitter in comedic stitches when he said that football players are ‘as dumb

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Russell Westbrook

There’s no room for Russell Westbrook slander

Russell Westbrook’s play has deserved a lot of appreciation and respect. However, there have been some analysts and owners who have made some comments that suggest otherwise. It all started with some tough criticism from Charles Barkley. Russell Westbrook had a tough night with 45 points on 36 shots in which he shot 2-of-11 in

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Cut LeBron James some slack, he’s a winner

When LeBron James talks, it is probably a really good idea to listen. It is perfectly fine to say that he has been increasingly whiny. I have no issue with Charles Barkley criticizing and then doubling down on those criticisms of LeBron and how he carries himself. The thing about the criticisms and statements made about

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Charles Barkley

Are the Warriors flawed like Charles Barkley insists?

In the past couple of seasons, Charles Barkley has not been on the Golden State bandwagon. He’s often said they can’t rebound, defend at the rim, and that their small ball is easy to take advantage of. Last year it seemed more evident than in previous years where the Warriors were killed on the boards

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VIDEO: First career baskets of 50 NBA superstars

With each new NBA season comes an influx of fresh, young, and exciting rookie talent looking to make a name for themselves in the Association. Some will succeed in this venture, becoming canonized in the world of basketball, while others may struggle to get acclimated to the rigors of the NBA. Whatever the case may

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Charles Barkley

Legacy Left Behind: Charles Barkley

  He was one of the most dominant power forwards of his era. Charles Barkley was known to “leave it all on the court” every time he laced up his shoes. Barkley played in an era where physical play was allowed and went unseen, which created such a beast in the player that Barkley became.

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Charlotte to host 2017 NBA All-Star Game

  After spending more than $30 million of the public’s money to renovate Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte has won the bid to host the 2017 NBA All-Star Game according to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer. EXCUSIVE: Charlotte wins bid to host 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend. Formal announcement tomorrow. Story coming. — Rick Bonnell

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PHOTOS: Atlanta Hawks unveil statue of legend Dominique Wilkins

The “Human Highlight Film” was immortalized in Atlanta on Thursday.  The Atlanta Hawks unveiled a 13.5 foot bronze statue of legend Dominique Wilkins at a private ceremony on Thursday afternoon, forever immortalizing the best player in their franchises history. The statue was revealed in front of NBA commissioner Adam Silver, the Hawks current roster, and

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (2)

For Part 1 of the Panel’s top five choices, click here.   Participants:   Cyril Mpacko – @Cee_Armel DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soares – @marley_mcfly Ryan Kirk – @rlk716   1980s Mpacko: Michael Jordan – ’84 Hakeem Olajuwon – ’84 Isiah Thomas – ’81 Charles Barkley – ’84 David Robinson -’87 The 1980’s saw

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DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins has "no respect" for Charles Barkley

DeMarcus Cousins has “no respect” for Charles Barkley The relationship between Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley hasn’t been spectacular to date, which is surprising since the two hail from the same home state of Alabama. Barkley has made his typical open criticisms about Cousins since before he even

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