NBA games on TNT are filler in between must-watch TV.
Pregame, halftime, and postgame are where the guys on Inside the NBA shine as the most entertaining foursome since Turtle, Vinnie, E, and Drama begged to be your superhero.
Assisted by Kristen Ledlow, Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, Shaquille O'Neal, and Charles Barkley took a trip outside of Atlanta's Studio J to an episode of Celebrity Family Feud.
Waiting for them were competitors from the MLB All-Stars including Johnny Damon, Jimmy Rollins, Sean Casey, Jennie Finch, and John Franco.
Each team was out of their element on the ABC game show. Naturally, the two largest competitors and personalities -- Shaq and Charles Barkley -- stole the show.
Shaq & Charles Barkley on Celebrity Family Feud
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Steve asked Chuck: "If a man's zipper breaks at church, what might he use to cover it up?"
The 1993 NBA MVP thought about it. He blurted out, "a child."
The awkward answer missed the filter.
Johnson tried to switch to the other team. O'Neal, a sheriff's deputy in Jonesboro, Georgia, could've arrested Barkley right then and there.
Barkley doubled down. He clarified that he meant baby and not child. Host Steve Harvey, Smith, and Shaq all ripped on him.
The MLB team was thankful they weren't on camera. Damon looked for someone to shield him.
Shaq and Sir Chalres took their tandem into the Fast Money round. Barkley went first.
- (Asking 100 married women) If it were up to you, how many nights a week would you make love?
- Name something specific on a football player that might be too tight?
- Name something you need before you start cooking barbecue?
- Fill in the blank: Fortune ____
- Name a drink that's served both hot and cold
- Fortune 500
Some good answers from the Chuckster. 134 points.
- Barbecue sauce
- Fortune Cookie
The Hall of Famer only needed 66 points to secure the victory. He surpassed it on the third answer. As Steve mentions, BBQ sauce is essential before cooking and I can't disagree.
The crew won $25,000 for the Mustard Seed School, a Christian elementary school devoted to growing intelligent, compassionate, service-minded individuals.
Whether it's the latest action from LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers or a game show, put a mic in front of Charles and Shaq and watch.
Hilarity will ensue.
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