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Charles Barkley Admits To Taking Money From Agents While At Auburn

Before Charles Barkley was making us all laugh as a commentator for TNT and before he was recking shop in the NBA for the Philadelphia 76ers, Phoenix Suns, and Houston Rockets he was the dominating force in SEC Basketball for the Auburn Tigers. During his three year stint in Auburn, Alabama Charles poured in huge numbers as an undersized center (6’4″) averaging 14.8 points, 9.6 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks per game. This made him a highly sought after commodity for all NBA teams which also brought on the attention on NBA agents (representatives). Charles knowing this didn’t hesitate to “borrow” money from those looking to negotiate his way into the NBA, which he admitted to Dan Patrick earlier today.

Along with sharing that information with The Dan Patrick Show Barkley gives his thoughts on NCAA rules and regulations, the Reggie Bush situation with USC and the Heisman Trophy, flopping, sports betting, Kevin Durrant’s ranking amongst the NBA’s best, and the Ines Sainz controversy. I really can’t wait until the NBA season when Charles starts making his regular appearances again. Click here to hear Charles Barkley’s interview on the Dan Patrick’s Show.

Click Here To Hear Audio From Charles Barkley’s September 17th Interview On The Dan Patrick Show (Click Here)


September 17, 2010 - Posted by | 2010 Free Agency, Dan Patrick Show, In Studio Interviews, Interviews, NBA, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Sports, Other Media, Players, SEC Basketball, SEC Football

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