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Charles Barkley eviscerates San Francisco for ‘homeless crooks’ during All-Star Game

Have I mentioned lately that I love Charles Barkley?


Charles Barkley eviscerates San Francisco for ‘homeless crooks’ during All-Star Game

By Jared Schwartz, NY Post

Published Feb. 18, 2024


Charles Barkley never pulls any punches when it comes to what he thinks of San Francisco and its inhabitants.


The NBA legend and TNT basketball host and analyst likely won’t be planning any vacations to the city anytime soon.


Barkley was speaking with polarizing Warriors forward Draymond Green and ex-Pacers star Reggie Miller, now an NBA analyst as well, on TNT’s alternate broadcast during the NBA All-Star game Sunday night at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indiana.


During the broadcast, Green said, “Hey Reggie we love you, let’s not have another All-Star [game] in Indiana. Let’s let this be the last one, my friend.”


That’s when Barkley chimed in and went after the city in which Green plays.


“Hey Reggie,” Barkley said. “If you had a chance of being in the cold, or being around a bunch of homeless crooks in San Francisco, which would you take?”


“You can’t even walk around down there,” Barkley added.


Next year’s All-Star game will take place at the Chase Center in San Francisco.


When Green responded, “yes you can walk around,” Barkley responded “yeah, with a bulletproof vest.”


“The bad thing about all this rain, it’s not raining in San Francisco to clean up those dirty-ass streets they got there,” Barkley said at the time. “San Francisco, it’s a great city, but all that dirtiness and homelessness, y’all gotta clean that off the streets.”

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