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Kenny Smith Roasts Charles Barkley After Seeing His Lookalike In A Barbershop: “I Really Thought This Was Chuck.”

Kenny Smith Roasts Charles Barkley After Seeing His Lookalike In A Barbershop: “I Really Thought This Was Chuck.”

Inside the NBA on TNT is one of the best basketball shows going today. With a panel of historic players in the league, the trio of Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, and Kenny Smith discuss topics across the NBA in a discussion led by host Ernie Johnson. And while basketball is their main focus, they do have moments of genuine hilarity between the crew.

During the latest episode of Inside the NBA on TNT, Kenny Smith shared a video of a haircut list from a barbershop. One of the faces on that list looked awfully familiar, and Kenny Smith pointed out that he thought that it was actually Charles Barkley. 

Chuck denied it, but Smith was sure that it was his fellow panelist and tried convincing everyone that it was Barkley who was used for the haircut.

Kenny Smith:“I really thought this was Chuck.” 

Charles Barkley: “That’s not me.”

Smith was clearly having fun at Barkley’s expense, and the rest of the panel joined in on the fun. This segment was a perfect reminder as to why the show is so entertaining. And it allowed Kenny to get some revenge on Charles Barkley after he trolled him over the NBA 75 list a few months ago.

The quartet always seems like they’re having a good time with each other. And when they have a good time together, it comes across to the audience, and they are able to enjoy themselves too.

On top of that, all 3 players have immense experience playing in the NBA. The three had massive success as players and can lend an expert opinion to certain topics when they discuss the current ongoings in the NBA.

And while their humor is a big part of their appeal, it is the insightful opinions that they give to fans that help them understand even better what is going on. Because of their opinions, Inside the NBA is one of the best basketball shows in the world.