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“Do you celebrate BLACK history month” Charles Barkley’s profanity-laced compilation is making NBA Twitter go crazy

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Steve Kerr and Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley was a dominant player of the 90s. And the legend after his career as a player has built a repuation as a sports reporter who has no filters when voicing out his opinions. And in a recent post that went viral, The best of Chuck’s swearing was captured.

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Charles Barkley with the Sixers in 1984

In the post, videos from interviews that Chuck was a part of in which moments of Barkley giving no f*cks were compiled, and all of them are hilarious and have fans entertained with the most popular clip being where he asked his host Ernie Johnson if they celebrated black history month. With the humor that Charles Barkley possesses and the pairing with Shaquille O’Neal on Inside the NBA, it is a favourite for basketball fans to tune into after games.

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Charles Barkley’s Career As A Player and TV Personality

Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley for his position was not the biggest on the court but dominated the paint. He played for the Phoenix Suns, 76ers and Houston Rockets. He was a multiple-time all-star, an MVP. While a great player, something that has haunted him his entire 16-year career and even after has been the lack of a ring. While a ring is missing in his name, Charles is still one of the best to ever play and is a Hall of Famer.

What makes Barkley entertaining as a sports analyst on TV is his personality. The man goes hard on every opinion and does not know when to stop. Barkley most recently called Kevin Durant an “abject failure” for which he got a lot of heat for but the hall of famer did not seem to care. Paired up with Shaq and others. Inside the Nba has become one of the most famous NBA related tv shows.

Still one of the biggest names in the NBA today, Barkley has been able to revitalize his career after retiring as a player and taking up the job as an NBA analyst and commentator. It is safe to say, there is none like Chuck and we hope he never changes.

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