I may be wrong but I doubt it / Charles Barkley ; edited and with an introduction by Michael Wilbon.
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- ISBN: 9781588362742 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1588362744 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (xix, 245 pages)
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: New York : Random House, 
- Copyright: ©2002
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What's really on my mind -- Keeping it real -- Caretakers of the game -- Mom and Grandma -- "You're always saying stuff that inflames people" -- Life in the public eye -- Being rich -- Scams and double standards -- The worst thing about playing professional sports -- Tiger and the Masters -- If you don't win a championship-- -- "I am not a role model!" -- Making a difference-- politics and business -- Home and away -- A unique fraternity -- Television and Hollywood -- Bobby Knight's Olympics -- A dream team -- Every minute of every day cannot be serious -- Young players don't get it -- God doesn't have a favorite team -- My dad -- September 11 -- Moses was right -- If the playing is all you're going to do, you've missed the boat.
The outspoken former NBA player and sports commentator shares his opinions and observations on basketball, popular culture, personal relationships, celebrity and fame, politics, money, and life.
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Basketball players > United States > Biography.
Charles Barkley is a studio analyst for TNT’s Inside the NBA, a regular contributor to CNN’s TalkBack Live and a frequent color commentator. Named one of the fifty greatest NBA players of all time, he was selected to eleven All-Star teams and won the NBA’s MVP award in 1993. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Michael Wilbon is a Washington Post sports columnist and the cohost, with Tony Kornheiser, of the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption. He lives outside Washington, D.C.
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