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Entertainment TNT ‘Inside The NBA’ Host Charles Barkley Finally Gets A Championship, Winning ‘The Match’

05:45  28 november  2020
05:45  28 november  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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Inside the NBA is the postgame show for NBA on TNT broadcasts. The program features host Ernie Johnson with analysts Charles Barkley , Kenny Smith and Shaquille O'Neal, with supporting or fill-in analysts including Chris Webber or Grant Hill.

3/ Barkley 15 Years on TNT . (Run Through The Tape, RunThroughTheTape, #RunThroughTheTape ) Inside The NBA - NBA on TNT Schedule for 2015-2016 NBA ( National Hosted by Ernie "EJ" Johnson with analysts Charles "Chuck" Barkley , Kenny "The Jet" Smith and Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal.

Charles Barkley wearing a suit and tie © AP

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As good a basketball player as Charles Barkley was during his long NBA career, he never won a championship. Thus, today’s victory in the televised golf showdown known as The Match was extra sweet.

Barkley and pro golfer Phil Mickelson were easy winners over opponents Stephen Curry of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and retired Super Bowl-winning quarterback Peyton Manning in the third iteration of The Match on Friday in Arizona.

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Entering the showdown, Barkley was considered a longshot to come out on top. His basketball talents notwithstanding, he is widely known as a poor golfer, something frequently joked about on the TNT show. But Mickelson and Barkley easily won the modified alternate shot match play exhibition 4&3 at Stone Canyon Golf Club in Oro Valley, Arizona.

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That's Charles Barkley talking about the golf balls his partner, Phil Mickelson, gave him to use on the Mickelson told Barkley he's tired of his " NBA on TNT " colleagues disrespecting him Barkley did just shank one though so ya gotta think Shaq's still got a good chance at getting the last laugh.

Charles Barkley 's Birthday Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Highlights Wizards (Not on TNT ) Inside The NBA is the Emmy Award winning post game show for NBA on TNT broadcast. Hosted by Ernie "EJ" Johnson with analysts Charles "Chuck" Barkley , Kenny "The Jet" Smith and Shaquille

All of the participants wore a microphone. After taking a 4-up lead through seven holes, Barkley sent a message, telling the audience to get re-runs of television crime drama Law & Order ready in “about five more holes.”

Mickelson-Barkley lost the next hole and then NBA All-Star and Basketball Hall of Famer Barkley shanked his tee shot at the ninth. But the duo were 3-up at the turn, and closed out the match with a birdie at the 15th hole, which they halved as Manning also drained his birdie putt.

The event was closed to the public because of COVID-19, and served as a fundraiser for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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