Charles Barkley is not used to holding back his opinions, especially when the television cameras are rolling.The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer was particularly critical of golden state warriors For years — even when this team seemed to be at the peak of its dynasty.
Thursday night, the highly anticipated NBA simulcast on ESPN and TNT In-season tournamentBarkley decided to attack Bob Myers, the former Warriors general manager and current ESPN analyst who is considered the architect of the team’s dynasty.
“I want to commend you for jumping off the Titanic before it sank,” Buckley told Myers.
Barkley made the comments during a live broadcast, which took place in front of a crowd. NBA fans Outside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Some in the crowd appeared to laugh at Barkley’s statement, while others appeared to boo the TNT analyst.
“I have friends there,” Miles replied.
“Yeah, you’ll see them soon,” Buckley said.
The Warriors put together one of the most successful runs in recent years, winning four NBA championships in eight years.
However, injuries, suspensions and other factors have begun to have an impact, and the Warriors have been eliminated. Los Angeles Lakers They reached the Western Conference semifinals last season and had a poor start to this season.
Around the first quarter of the regular season, the Golden State Warriors were at the bottom of the Western Conference standings.
Myers spent 12 years in the Warriors’ front office but decided to resign this spring. Myers was twice named the league’s Executive of the Year during his tenure as team president and general manager.