Stuttering Charles Barkley Perfectly Sums Up Stephen Curry’s OT Performance

When you leave Charles Barkley speechless, you know you’ve done something pretty impressive.

The Hall of Famer and current TNT analyst is outspoken on a variety of issues. It seems every other week the Round Mound of Rebound is making headlines for things he says, like last week when he and Charles Oakley got into it after Barkley called on the Atlanta Hawks to rough up the Cleveland Cavaliers.

However, after Stephen Curry’s performance Monday night, not even Barkley could find the right words to describe what he saw. Curry propelled the Golden State Warriors past the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 4 of their second-round NBA playoffs series. Curry returned from a knee injury and after struggling early, went off for an NBA record 17 points in overtime to push the Warriors to the win and the Trail Blazers to the brink.

After the game, Barkley could only stutter and stammer as he searched for words to describe what he just saw.

Barkley’s reaction to remarkable happenings on the basketball court is becoming a thing of its own. His priceless reaction to Villanova’s incredible buzzer-beater in the national championship was one of the many highlights to that classic game.

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