Charles Barkley: What Did He Say This Time?

August 16th, 2010 by Dan Bodner Leave a reply »

Charles Barkley is no longer an NBA All-Star, but he still has a knack for making headlines.

In his brief tenure thus far as a sports analyst, Sir Charles has become one of the most quotable men in sports, joining the likes of Gus Johnson and John Madden. This comes as no huge surprise, as he was also very candid during his days as an NBA player.

Over the years, he has provided us with enlightening quotes such as, "I don't care what people think. People are stupid;" "The only difference between a good shot and a bad shot is if it goes in or not;" and "How come Gatorade doesn't work for people who suck?"

Yet, he has seen a lot of publicity recently because of his remarks about LeBron James. In just two months, LeBron has become arguably the most controversial figure in sports because of his decision to leave Cleveland, and Charles Barkley had no reservations about stating his opinion on the situation.

Barkley called James' decision to join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami a "punk move," adding that he wished he had stayed in Cleveland.

This comment was made in response to an earlier statement by James on Twi ...

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