Charles Barkley, on LIV Golf: “I would kill a relative for 200 million”

Charles Barkley, former NBA player charles barkleyLegendary former basketball player NBA that during his 16 s

Charles Barkley, former NBA player

charles barkleyLegendary former basketball player NBA that during his 16 seasons on the tracks he went through teams like Philadelphia 76ers, phoenix suns either Houston Rockets, has shown on more than one occasion that he is not afraid to speak his mind. That is one of the many reasons why, after his brilliant sports career that allowed him to make a place for himself in the Hall of Famehas become one of the most important sports analysts on television in USA.

This Friday, during an intervention in the Pat McAfee Show Which collects golfweekthe 11 times all-star and current analyst TNT spoke about the open battle between the LIV Golf Series and the PGA Tours. And to widespread surprise, he vehemently supported the golfers who decided to accept the astronomical financial proposals to join the tour supported by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund who leads Greg Norman.

I love all the boys LIV Golf at the top of the ranking”, he began by saying Barkley about him US Open Championship which has been taking place since Thursday in The Country Club. “I want to see the PGA Tours shaking. Listen, I’m not a religious guy, but I want chaos this weekend at the US Openhe added Charleswho is very clear about what his preferences would be if he were to find himself in a similar situation.

“I don’t judge other people. But listen, for $200 million, I’d kill a relative.” Barkley before doubling your bet. “I’m serious. They say that Phil Michaelson won 200 million and that Dustin Johnson will take 150 million. For 150 million I would kill a relative, even one that I like,” the legendary basketball player insisted with a laugh.

Unfortunately for Barkleythe players who decided to join the LIV Golf Invitational Series are having major problems The Country Club. Except Dustin Johnson and some more isolated cases, most of them are suffering in this third major of the season, including his good friend Phil Michaelsonwho after two rounds of 78 and 73 shots said goodbye to the tournament, missing the cut with 11 shots over par.