INSIDE THE NBA

3 Comments

  1. Bash says:

    Lol Barkley you are the best thing happen on that show…. Allen Iverson there will be no other like him – definitely no question first ballot hall of famer.

  2. ski says:

    Why do colleges basketball plays two quarter a game like high school and pop warner leagues. This is why most college player that enter to NBA are not ready because they have to learn a new way of playing the game. Back when Kareem was playing they play with the same rule as the Professional played in the pop warner league, hIgh school and college, by the time he enter the NBA he was a master, he had many years of playing to learn the Professional style of playing. Why did America changed the little league, high school and college style of playing. The Europeans is teaching their youth the how to play the four quarter game. America need to go back to the four quarter game for little league, high school and college. If they will do this you will see better player and playing.

  3. steve says:

    So Charles, you justify use of the N word because you are black and it’s okay to use in a locker room. What kind of an example is that to show your fans or the youth of america who watch you every week. You’re saying it’s okay based on Your criteria. Doesn’t that perpetuate the bad use of such words and any sterotype associated with it. What makes it okay…because you say its okay. Sorry, not good enough. You’ve taken a step back as far as I’m concerned. And, Barnes he ought to be fined heavily (more) and his weak apology recognized as such. Only trying to avoid the wrath of the NBA.

    To much is made of its use to let you or anyone else rationalize it.

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