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Charles Barkley beats on 76ers, then Pistons beat on 76ers

by james on May 2nd, 2008

NBA Obsessed takes you into the hit and run game of NBA Basketball.

Mo Cheeks is on 6′ 1″ tall, in spite of what Sir Charles thinks of his ears

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Charles is a classic. Somehow he can say anything and get away with it.

First he gets all over the poor shooting of the Philadelphia 76ers against the Detroit Pistons.

Wade on the poor shooting of the Sixers: “I agree with what Charles said, (the Sixers) can’t make any shots tonight and if you can’t make any shots you’re in for a long night.”

Barkley: “I didn’t say they weren’t making shots, I say they can’t shoot.”

Wade: “I didn’t want to say that.”

Later, he discussed how Andre Iguodala needs to shoot 500 to 1,000 jumpers this summer each day to improve his jump shot, then in a truly Barkley classic he comments on Mo Cheeks, the 76ers coach.

Barkley: “How tall is Maurice Cheeks?”

Smith: “6-foot-1, I think.”

Barkley: “He has the ears of a seven footer.”

The Pistons, led by a red hot shooting Rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups, destroyed Philadelphia in game 6 to take the series.

NBA Basketball special comment The Orlando Magic will be the next opponent for the Detroit Pistons and will prove to be a much tougher team to beat with Dwight Howard.

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2 opinions for Charles Barkley beats on 76ers, then Pistons beat on 76ers

  • Dannie
    May 3, 2008 at 12:36 pm

    Barkley is hilarious. Love his nonsense attitude.

  • james
    May 3, 2008 at 8:54 pm

    your 76ers had a great year. Now the off season is very important to them.

    Watched Mo Cheeks as a child. He was a great player on some awesome 76er teams.

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