INSIDE THE NBA

BIG GUYS SHOULD LOOK TO GREATS FOR HELP

Chuck and Shaq discuss the development of Big Guys in the NBA and how former greats like Kevin McHale could help their game.

2 Comments

  1. Tevedous says:

    Charles you just hate to say anything good about the Oklahoma City Thunder. But we are all GOOD rather you like it or not…..lol

  2. Sheila Hannah says:

    Dear Charles, I want to understand why you hate so much on the Lakers? You are such a Laker Hater! You do not give the Lakers any credit for the team they have this year. The Lakers are not the oldest team in the NBA, so I am wondering why you won’t give them props? Is it that you are so bitter you have never won a championship? For your information, Kobe is still the greatest player right now and can score at will. To me the team and bench this year is going to be better than people think. Yes Dallas swept the Lakers in the playoffs last season, but Dallas is way older than the Lakers and you never say anything about their ages? I just don’t get it with you hating on the Lakers all the time. Please explain to me because I do believe you are a smart NBA Analyst, but the hating must stop!!

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