Prior to the tipoff of the NBA's restart Thursday night, NBA analyst and former NBA great Charles Barkley said " if people don't kneel, they're not a bad person. I want to make that perfectly clear."
Today, we look back on three NBA brawls that grabbed the basketball world's attention.
"What the hell are y'all doing? Y'all want racial equality. We all do. I don't understand how insulting another group helps our cause. I don't understand in any shape or form."
On NBC's 'Today,' Barkley and Kenny Smith spoke about the legacy of the late star and how his sexual assault allegations fit in.
The Pistons, and their opponent the Dallas Mavericks, played the game in Mexico City as part of the NBA's effort to expand basketball across the globe.
Axios reporter Alexi McCammond took to Twitter to reveal she had broken an "agreement" that the former NBA star's comments were off-the-record because "this is not OK."
"I don't understand why these holier-than-thou politicians—if they're so worried about China, why don't they stop all transactions with China?" Barkley said on TNT Thursday night.
"We need to start holding you Democrats accountable," Barkley said in a new interview.
Barkley mocked Shaq for being willing to endorse every kind of product on TV.
The former NBA star believes Doncic's jerseys will soon be "very popular with black kids in the 'hood."
The Celtics legend has since apologized on Twitter.
The Warriors took Game One in Houston, winning 119-106.
The Celtics reached the Eastern Conference Finals after beating the Sixers 4-1.
Green and Rajon Rondo had a major altercation on court during Game Two.
Basketball legend Charles Barkley once said, "I am not a role model," but the aggressive Hall of Famer has become a hero to Democrats in recent weeks as he took on the right.
The Hall of Famer spoke out against the Republican candidate.
The NBA on TNT analyst was in Nashville and praised the quality of the hockey on display.
The cable network laid off scores of staff this week.