Sports Charles Barkley, Peyton Manning trade jabs ahead of The Match
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The trash talk has started between Charles Barkley, Phil Mickelson, Stephen Curry, and Peyton Manning prior to "The Match: Champions for Change."
The foursome took part in a virtualMonday, with Barkley and Manning exchanging some jabs.
"Peyton, I just gotta make sure he got my phone number. He be texting me all the time, but since Tennessee hasn't won a game, it's been a few weeks since he texted me," Barkley said, referencing Manning's alma mater struggling recently on the football field.
Manning said it's "more of a mental strategy" from Curry and him not to text their opponents. He was also surprised to learn that Barkley practiced at Stone Canyon Golf Club in Arizona in preparation for the event.
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"That's kind of news to me that Charles has been to Stone Canyon three times," Manning said. "He hasn't played golf, he's just gone there to eat three times. They have great lunch and dinner service. So, this will be his first time playing the course in the actual match on Friday."
The third installment of The Match airs Friday at 3 p.m. ET on TNT, and it will raise money for historically Black colleges and universities.
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Mickelson, Barkley dominate Manning, Curry for The Match III victory .
Phil Mickelson and Charles Barkley completed the upset over Peyton Manning and Stephen Curry in dominant fashion by winning "The Match: Champions for Change" 4-and-3 in a showdown that ended on the 15th hole. The betting underdogs lost the first hole of The Match III - which raised money for Historically Black Colleges and Universities - but rattled off four consecutive wins to quickly flip the script. Mickelson - the lone professional golfer in the group - carried the team for much of the day, hitting plenty of bombs and acting as a coach for his partner, but Barkley held his own in the team competition.