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Charles Barkley rips 'dirty' San Francisco during Warriors-Mavs coverage

DALLAS - The NBA TNT analyst Charles Barkley bashed San Francisco again during Game 4 between the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday. "You know the bad thing about this rain, it’s not raining in San Francisco to clean up all the dirty-ass streets they got there," said Barkley during a 20-minute delay due to the rain in Dallas.
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Charles Barkley rips 'hellhole' San Francisco during Warriors-Mavericks indoor rain delay

It's Barkley vs. the Bay Area once again. Charles Barkley's beef with San Francisco and Warriors fans isn't necessarily a new thing, but it's almost always entertaining. No longer allowed to provoke the city of San Antonio, habitual line stepper and "NBA on TNT" analyst rekindled his feud with San Fran during an indoor rain delay during Game 4, trashing the city and taking a sideswipe at the city's homeless population, as well.

Charles Barkley Picks Four Lakers For His ‘Mount Rushmore Of NBA Basketball’

Over the years, the Los Angeles Lakers have been represented by at least a few superstars that could make the case to be considered among the top-5 NBA players of all time. Currently, it’s LeBron James carrying the mantle of the face of the franchise. And, James has already enshrined his name in the Lakers’ history books by leading the team to the 2019-20 title, alongside Anthony Davis.

Charles Barkley Is Going Viral On Twitter On Tuesday

Charles Barkley hasn't said anything controversial of late, but he's trending on Twitter this Tuesday. That's because fans are sharing their favorite moments from his time on TNT's Inside The NBA. One of the clips that went viral on Twitter was about Barkley calling out Markelle Fultz's critics. "The kid's...

NBA World Reacts To The Charles Barkley, Shaq Beef

Real or fake, there's been some ongoing beef between Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal this postseason. The two former NBA stars, who co-host Inside The NBA together on TNT, have been going back and forth about a number of topics during the playoffs. Things have gotten heated at times. It's...
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Charles Barkley pulled up to the Western Conference Finals on horse, might be the new mayor of Dallas

As sad as it may be to hear, the ‘NBA on TNT’ season is coming to a close. Basketball’s best studio show goes on summer hiatus following the Western Conference Finals, and with the Warriors up 3-0 and cruising, Chuck, Ernie, Kenny, and Shaq’s toes (very, very disgusting toes in the case of O’Neal) could be in the sand by Wednesday morning. But if this is truly the end of the line for the Turner crew this season, they went out with a bang on Sunday when Charles Barkley pulled up to the American Airlines Center abreast a stallion.

Tom Brady really didn’t want to talk about $375 million Fox deal with Charles Barkley

Hopefully Tom Brady is a bit smoother in the booth. The Buccaneers quarterback awkwardly changed the subject on Sunday night when Charles Barkley brought up Brady’s 10-year, $375 million contract with Fox that will begin when his playing career ends. Brady, along with Aaron Rodgers, joined “Inside the NBA” on Sunday night to promote “The Match.” The June 1 golfing showdown pairs Brady and Rodgers against Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes on TNT. Brady was joking with Barkley about being the lowest-paid among those high-profile quarterbacks. Barkley had a quick comeback for the future Hall of Famer. “Tom, number one, if you’re worried about...

Charles Barkley Had 1 Question For Draymond Green Last Night

Prior to Game 2 between the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors, Draymond Green was interviewed by Charles Barkley. Green was going through his pregame warm-ups while speaking to Barkley. At one point, the NBA legend asked Green, "Why are you shooting the ball in warm-ups when you never shoot it in the game?"

Aaron Rodgers Talks 'The Match,' Compliments Charles Barkley's Golf With TNT NBA Crew

Former Cal star Aaron Rodgers said he's "impressed" with Charles Barkley's improvement on the golf course, but he doesn't' think much of the golf games of Patrick Mahomes an Josh Allen, the pair Rodgers and Tom Brady will face in this year's version of "The Match," a televised charity golf match scheduled for June 1.