"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.
The two title favorites face each other in the second game of Opening Night 2019 in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
A clip from the videogame highlights James saying he "speaks for those without a voice," though the Lakers star recently expressed caution about what people should say or tweet as someone could be hurt by it.
You, of all people, should know the difference between totalitarian countries and free ones.
"We all have freedom of speech, but at times, there are ramifications for a negative that can happen," James said to reporters Monday night.
NBA teams will fine-tune preparations for the regular season over the next two weeks, which feature over 70 games.
While LeBron James championed the change, Hershel Walker speculated that it might sow division among athletes.
The five-time NBA champion is the subject of a new ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary in which he speaks extensively about his life in the NBA.
The NCAA currently prohibits college athletes from making any income off their collegiate sports career.
The Los Angeles Lakers are the bookmakers' favorites to win the title next season—but will they land Kawhi Leonard?
Lakers players celebrated Stephenson's play as wildly as a buzzer-beater.
Rondo cut a forlorn figure as the Lakers slumped to a 115-99 home loss against the Denver Nuggets.
The 34-year-old moved up to fourth in the NBA's all-time scoring list on Wednesday night.
James passed Jordan's milestone during the 115-99 loss to the Denver Nuggets.
Harper's jersey has become the fastest selling of any player in any sport.
Los Angeles is 30-34 for the season and currently 5.5 games behind the last playoff spot in the Western Conference.
The win improves the Lakers' record for the season to 29-29 but they remain 10th in the Western Conference standings.
Golden State Warriors star finishes with 31 points as Team LeBron beats Team Giannis 178-164.
The NBA's all-time scoring leader reflects on the remarkable career of LeBron James, on and off the court.