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Inside The NBA
A host of cameos make it into part four of the enigmatic guard’s comeback mockumentary, as he seeks more realistic employment off the court. Shrewd move. Too bad this is all a ruse and we have proof he’s dead serious about getting a 10-day contract. The plot thickens, after the jump…
It’s the question that will loom large over NBA history for eternity, or until the sun explodes: How many more championships would the Lakers have won if Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal had stayed together?
Craig Sager is starting to feel more like a mannequin than a sideline reporter these days. But there was a time when he did real reporting and by that I mean celebrity slam dunk competitions in the 80s.
On The Final Inside The NBA Of The Season, Charles Barkley Ripped Skip Bayless, Shaq, The ‘Big Ol’ Women’ Of San Antonio
The NBA playoffs — henceforth known as the NBA Finals — will be switching to ABC for the next four to seven games, meaning TNT and its fantastic Inside The NBA show is done for the season. So it was only fitting that Charles Barkley went out in a fit of insult glory. Frankly, he just went off last night.
A free-throw-shooting contest likely would have yielded different results.
We love JaVale McGee – few players in the NBA provide the same kind of entertainment for such a wide variety of reasons, and he put a few of those reasons on full display last night both during his Nuggets’ game against the Clippers, and after.
Well, if Charles Barkley truly is in danger of tiring of the Inside the NBA routine, he’s sure doing an admirable job not letting it show on the air. But how could he get bored, when he has a gig where he can let jokes like this fly?