Some great pictures, and later video, surfaced last week of Michael Jordan enjoying a few cold ones at a hotel in Miami and eventually playing a little beer pong with a groom who was soon-to-be-married.
On Wednesday night Matt Barnes was ejected from the Clippers game against the Thunder when he shoved Serge Ibaka for tussling with Blake Griffin, and he later sent out a tweet saying, "I'm done standing up for these n****s!"
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Charles Barkley has found himself in some predicaments during and after his playing career, but no one seems to mind, and we all give Chuck a pass because's a lovable gus, and he's really a man of the people - just ask the old lady he danced with at Ray Allen's birthday.
Violence and the NBA have an unfortunately lengthy history of intertwinement.
On-court attacks have been stymied by League-wide crackdowns - after incidents like Kermit Washington nearly killing Rudy Tomjanovich, and the Pacers nearly destroying the Palace of Auburn Hills - but away from games, players still often find themselves on both sides of bizarre conflicts.
Michael Jordan is a compulsive competitor and not only on the basketball court. The tales of his cut-throat competitive streak have been told for years, and this infamously has seeped over into his gambling. He was renowned in his youth for staying up all night playing cards, and then playing or training the next day.
Charles Barkley may not be on Twitter, but if you ask him for his opinion he will give it to you unfiltered. As part of a celebrity golf tournament, Charles was on CNBC’s “Closing Bell,” where he gave his opinion on various things including people people leeching off athletes, why he stays off Twitter, and even touched on the George Zimmerman not guilty trial verdict. Barkley says that while he feels t