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Charles Barkley Takes Another Shot At Warriors Fans: "It Ain't Raining In San Francisco To Clean Up Them Dirty Ass Streets They Got There..."

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TNT analyst Charles Barkley is engaged in a bitter feud with Dub Nation. After hearing some antagonistic remarks from a particularly rowdy crowd, Chuck was compelled to fire back with some words of his own.

After Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, Barkley even admitted that he was rooting against the Warriors to lose:

"I just cannot pick with the Warriors because I hate their fans. Their fans are obnoxious ... I actually like the players on the team and the coach, but I hate their fans. I'm pulling for the Mavs.

When asked why he thought the Mavs could win, Barkley hilariously responded "I'm just going divine intervention. I just want to see these people suffer, I want to see these losers suck."

"I'm pulling for the Mavs cuz I'm rooting against these Warriors fans because they're obnoxious and they're a pain in the ass."

During halftime of Game 4, as the rain was pouring down outside, Chuck took the opportunity to take another shot at the fan base:

"You know what's bad about all this rain? It ain't raining in San Francisco to clean up them dirty ass streets they got there. San Francisco, it's a great city, but all that dirtiness and homelessness, y'all gotta clean that off the streets."

Leave it to Barkley to tell it how it is. As great as San Francisco is, it has some of the same problems any other big city does, and it turns some people off.

For Chuck, the homelessness and condition of the city altogether just makes for a bad situation, and you can't blame him for feeling that way. No doubt, the hate from fans doesn't make him feel any more welcome.

With the Warriors likely headed to the Finals, we'll be seeing more from Golden State this season. Hopefully, Chuck will be able to manage it.