1. Bev says:

    Its illegal to have so much fun and get paid for it. lol

  2. meso says:

    oh man that had me rolling on the floor laughing

  3. DWK says:

    YO! Where you at man? Where’s Kenny? I’m glad Ernie’s back! Without the three of you, NBA on TNT is just not the same… Nobody watches it anymore, ’cause the personality and charisma of the show have disappeared ever since y’alls disappearance!! We need the original three musketeers on the show, because now it’s just another boring generic version of ESPN NBA tonight/NBA TV highlight/stat analysis program. There’s already a ton of the same NBA programs that have the exact same content, so we urgently need a breath of fresh air!

  4. stefano says:

    man nba on tnt is just not the same anymore without the 3 musketeers!!

  5. Taylor says:

    Still love ya Chuck!! Way to be a good sport!

  6. Anonymous says:

    To me if the TNT ever tried replacing either one of these 3 musketeers, that would be like the end of watching basketball on thursdays. I think people can be added to this roster but can`t get taken away from it. Enough said.

  7. Black says:

    Love the show, i remember those pranks. But please kick shaq off the show. He’e acts like a kid and is always shouting over everyone. You can tell chuck didnt like it.

  8. Norm says:

    Good call for KY- Kansas looked like Miami against the Celtics the day before-
    can you say ‘TURRIBLE’?
    Both were unable to mount effective comebacks because of missed opportunities and careless mistakes!

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