Charles Barkley: I wouldn't count ring if I won with Rockets




 

Charles Barkley has frequently derided modern players for forming super teams, lamenting a ringzzz culture.

Charles Barkley also demanded a trade and pushed his way to the Rockets to team up with Hall of Famers Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler. After Drexler retired, Barkley took a pay cut so Houston could add another Hall of Famer, Scottie Pippen.

Barkley on "The Lowe Post" podcast:

I have a hunch Barkley would be singing a different tune if the Rockets won a title. To be fair, we'll never know.

But Barkley just has a way of crafting the facts to meet his agenda.

Charles Barkley: I wouldn't count ring if I won with Rockets originally appeared on NBCSports.com

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