Charles still-somewhat-fat-a$$ always poppin’ that isht about folks…SMH
Charles Barkley has been pretty busy lately — perhaps in an attempt to occupy time that could otherwise be spent eating. The svelte Barkley has been pitching Weight Watchers along with handling his usual duties on TNT’s “Inside The NBA.” The outspoken NBA Hall of Famer has also been turning up on all sorts of other programs, appearing on The Daily Show” and even hosting “Saturday Night Live.” But even with all of that on his plate to distract him, Barkley has still had his fill of Tebowmania.
Talking to Mike Missanelli 97.5 the Fanatic in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Barkley was asked about Tebow and the Broncos’ improbable overtime victory over the Steelers in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs. Never one to pull punches, Barkley didn’t hide his feelings about Tebowmania.
“The national nightmare continues. Hey, listen, I like Tim Tebow but there comes a point, he had a great game. He’s supposed to have a great game,” Barkley said.
Missanelli then asked Barkley if he has had enough of Tebow.
“I think the world has,” Barkley replied. “First of all, Mike, I don’t know anything you said about Tebow but let’s just say the jury is still out on Tebow. He seems like a nice kid but these ups and downs are so different. The jury is still out on Tebow. Just because he had a great game and made four or five great throws yesterday doesn’t mean he’s gonna be a great starting quarterback in the NFL.”