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“Get off the field NOW” Jalen Rose surpasses all limits to proclaim himself worse golfer than Charles Barkley

Another NBA veteran has come up with a hilarious golf swing other than Charles Barkley and it's none other than Jalen Rose.

Jalen Rose and Charles Barkley golfing

To support a deserving cause, Jalen Rose took part in the Ally Challenge Celebrity Shootout in suburban Detroit. We should be clear that he is one of the individuals out there fighting the good fight because this is in addition to the job he performs with Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. Charles Barkley has received criticism for his poor golf throughout the years, but we have finally discovered a fellow former NBA player who makes Chuck look like a PGA Tour great. After Rose displayed a golf swing comparable to Barkley’s over the weekend, it appears that sports fans will have a new subject to make jokes about.


Anyone who has ever picked up a club would agree that golf is a challenging sport. The newest example of this is the former NBA player Jalen Rose. Whether you’ve been playing for a short while or your entire life, there will certainly come a moment in each round where aggravation reaches its breaking point and the game becomes completely unsolvable. Rose competed in the event and displayed a rather unpolished golf swing at the Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club in Warwick Hills, Michigan, site of the Ally Challenge Celebrity Shootout which, according to some, made the whole event hilariously worse.

Who is Jalen Rose?

As one of Michigan’s “Fab Five,” Jalen Rose initially appeared on the national stage a nd although though it took him a while to make a name for himself in the NBA, he finally emerged as a superb wing for the Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, and Indiana Pacers. He averaged 19.3 points, 4.4 assists, and 4.3 rebounds from 1999 to 2005. His greatest years were spent with the Pacers, a squad that included Reggie Miller and Jermaine O’Neal and on which he twice led the franchise in scoring. When the Pacers won the Central Division in 2000 with a record of 56–26, he couldn’t make the All-Star Game and they eventually lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the Finals.


While many basketball players go to television after they retire, Jalen made the bold strategy while still in the NBA in 2002, working as a multifaceted reporter for BET Mad Sports and an on-air host for Fox Sports Net’s renowned Best Damn Sports Show Period. He has been on the network’s key initiatives SportsCenter, First Take, SportsNation, as well as the basketball-related programmes NBA Tonight, and College Game Day, covering a wide spectrum of current happenings in the sports world. Jalen was hired as a studio commentator for NBA Countdown in 2012, the pre-game show for ABC and ESPN.

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The identical golf swing of Rose and Charles Barkley

Rose attempted to smash the ball toward the green at this weekend’s Ally Challenge Celebrity Shootout at Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club in Michigan, but he consistently missed the target. Unfazed, Rose continued hacking before halting to get advice from a trustworthy source, Jack Nicklaus. Rose, who is always coachable, made contact on her first try, receiving a warm response from the supportive audience. But because Jalen Rose is obviously still learning the game, he might end up being the next Charles Barkley, who is often made fun of for his golf swing.

Rose deserves praise for being a good sport considering how much money the event earned for charity. It was obvious that the crowd enjoyed having him there and Sir Chuck might be able to help Rose improve his swing, and it’s likely with his current golf stroke, Barkley has made significant progress. The Hall of Famer could even be able to impart some knowledge to Rose if he decides to take his playing seriously.

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