Charles Barkley clowned himself last night 😂 pic.twitter.com/aQwY3z1IEg
— Hoops Provider (@HoopsProvider) November 17, 2017
I’m convinced everything Charles Barkley touches or blesses turns to crap. I’m not sure if he is just that much of a Warriors fan boy, or he is just that stupid. Never forget, he also said Klay Thompson was the best all around player in the league other than LeBron.
Washington Post:Barkley identified a member of the Warriors as the NBA’s second-best player, but it wasn’t reigning two-time MVP Steph Curry. It also wasn’t 2014 MVP Kevin Durant, or do-everything forward Draymond Green. Try Door No. 4: Klay Thompson.
Or, remember when he said the Cavaliers keys to the game to beat Golden State in game four of the Finals was to be blessed by Joel Osteen (didn’t age well), Jesus, & the Pope? And then the Cavaliers put up 137 on the Warriors head top? He’s a moron, but I want him to keep blabbering his unconditional love for the frauds in Oakland because he keeps cursing them. He says the Celtics are “done” at halftime, and that they only beat crappy teams – and then they orchestrate a 19-0 run and the Warriors blow a 17 point lead. I’ll take it.
Barkley aside, I also love that the American hero and former Twitter/Bleacher Report MVP Steph Curry shot a solid 3/14 from the field, 2/9 from 3, and had 9 points 5 assists and 6 rebounds, among 4 turnovers and 5 fouls – and he will almost definitely get a pass from the media for being a chronic choke artist. They BLEW a 17 point lead, and everyone blames the refs. Even though they had dramatic lapses in defense that resulted in Kyrie’s buckets late. But, of course it’s the refs that won it. Comical.
If this was Boston, LeBron, or anyone else the media would be second guessing their credibility. But, when Curry chokes it’s the refs fault or it’s brushed under the rug. Bleacher Report, middle schoolers, and former Lakers fans from around the globe were silent after last night. Of course the highlight of the night was his dribbling routine because that gets more coverage from NBA media than the game.