This evening’s broadcast on TNT was chock full of exciting moments. In addition to the Grizzlies’ triumph over the Warriors, there was further drama involving Dillon Brooks. Charles Barkley provided Ja Morant with some instruction and direction. The crew’s next destination was the game between the Kings and the Knicks.
When the Kings trounced the Knicks in the night’s final game, the players discussed how the season has gone so far and offered predictions for the NBA Finals. Charles Barkley makes fun of Kendrick Perkins after deciding to nominate Shaquille O’Neal for most valuable player of the game.
The team was discussing the victory that the Bucks had over the Nets earlier in the day. Jamal Crawford has revealed that he cannot decide whether he wants to play for the Bucks or the Celtics as his Eastern Conference squad. Charles Barkley stepped in and stated that he was pulling for the Milwaukee Bucks to emerge victorious over the Denver Nuggets in the championship game.
After that, Shaq spoke out and said: My money is on the Bucks to take home the trophy for the Eastern Conference. Giannis is the most valuable player for me. Chuck was interrupting him when he stated, “You simply backed him because of the color of his skin.” Chuck reiterated this, and the rest of the staff was unable to hold back their laughter.
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Charles Barkley Described the Comments Made by Kendrick Perkins as “Asinine and Ridiculous”
It was previously stated that Charles Barkley would destroy Perk for his statement, but it appears that this will not be sufficient. Chuck will not let the chance to criticize the ESPN commentator pass without responding to it.
Charles Barkley described the comments made by Kendrick Perkins as “asinine and ridiculous.” Kendrick Perkins himself called them “asinine and foolish.”
Kendrick Perkins sparked a significant amount of controversy with his comments regarding the MVP votes that he made on ESPN. He made an effort to defend his assertion that Nikola Jokic is padding his stats, but instead, he dug himself a deeper hole with his argument.
A recent response from Charles Barkley to these comments was as follows: “It is a silly and waste thing to do. Asinine, mad, and absurd all rolled into one. Barkley described the interpretation provided by Perkins as “one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard,” and he went on to say, “Choose one of the words; it may be any one you like.
The Chuckster is totally right about everything that pertains to the topic. Perk’s behavior can best be described as reckless, mad, and inexcusable. It is baffling to me that he is still employed by ESPN and that he continues to make frequent appearances on national television.
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