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NEWS
August 31, 2004 | By Thomas J. Gibbons Jr. INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Former NBA superstar Charles Barkley is under investigation by Philadelphia police after a woman alleged that he fondled her one of her breasts early Friday in an Old City nightspot. "We did receive a complaint accusing Charles Barkley of possibly being involved in an indecent-assault incident at Club 32?," said Police Inspector William Colarulo. "The incident is being investigated by Philadelphia police, but I just want to stress that he is not being charged with any crime at this point, that the incident is still under investigation.
NEWS
August 31, 2004 | Daily News staff report
Philadelphia police are investigating a complaint alleging former Sixers star Charles Barkley groped a woman at an Old City night club early Friday. "We did receive a complaint alleging that Charles Barkley may be involved in an indecent assault allegation at 32 degrees at 16 S. 2nd St.," police Inspector William Colarulo said yesterday. "The complainant reported the incident to police at 1:20 a.m. on Friday Aug. 27. We are in the process of investigating it. There are no charges.
SPORTS
December 2, 2014 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
FRED BARNETT, Roy Green and Charles Barkley turned around Jordan Matthews' season without ever speaking to him. They left that to someone better qualified. Barkley played for the Sixers during Barnett's time as an Eagle (1990-95). Barkley ran into Jackie Barnett, Fred's ex-wife, in August. She told Sir Charles about her new focus as an Elite Athlete Coach; that she intended to train athletes' minds and bodies through a hybrid approach that fuses yoga practices and mental coaching.
SPORTS
February 25, 2015 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
One didn't lead directly to the other, the family tale of how Charles Barkley was one of the first people to hold a newborn Corey Hawkins in the hospital, and Barkley's hospital touch had nothing to do with Corey developing a great shooting touch or Corey eventually becoming one of the great current three-point shooters in NCAA hoops. Except there is a tie. That hospital was in Philadelphia and Barkley was there because the baby was the son of his teammate and friend, Hersey Hawkins.
SPORTS
February 2, 1991 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Staff Writer
Purists and box-score mavens would probably just talk about the defense, and the 76ers had plenty of that last night. They nearly shut down the Phoenix Suns, one of the most explosive offensive teams in the league, on the way to a 96-89 win at the Spectrum. It was the kind of helping-out team defense that coaches live for. But this was not a night for X's and O's running silently across a blackboard. Spotlights don't seek out the perfect trap or the defensive positioning that forces good teams to take bad shots.
NEWS
October 4, 2010 | By WILLIAM BENDER, benderw@phillynews.com 215-854-5255
Philly fans love Charles Barkley. Considerably less so when he's strolling through the Lincoln Financial Field parking lots an hour before kickoff wearing a Redskins jersey. It was No. 5, but still . . . "I just want to give him the respect he deserves," the ex-Sixer said when asked about his Donovan McNabb jersey, which was sent to him by Skins owner Daniel Snyder. Hard-core/drunk Eagles fans were not so understanding. "You traitor! What are you wearing that shirt for?"
NEWS
March 20, 2002
I ENJOYED John Ziegler's article on Charles Barkley (OpEd March 11), but his ire was focused on Charles' assertion that the Augusta National Golf Club was guilty of "blatant racism. " Aren't we missing a major point? How can someone be outraged over an accusation levied against a country club that probably none of us will ever visit - yet make no mention of Charles' ignorant and stereotypical statement that "Every black kid thinks the only way he can be successful is through athletics"?
SPORTS
March 31, 1994 | By Mike Bruton, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Dametri Hill is one of the mysteries of nature. He looks more like the Michelin Man than the skilled power forward he has become. The Florida sophomore tips the scales at 286 pounds these days, a lot less than he weighed a year ago, yet he moves with the agility of a dancer. Hill's girth allows him to rumble with the toughest of players beneath the basket, yet his shot is expertly soft. He is one of those odd components that have helped the Florida Gators make their surprising debut as a Final Four team.
SPORTS
June 16, 1988 | By Mike Bruton, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sixers owner Harold Katz said yesterday that he had no intention of trading Charles Barkley, despite what the all-star forward said on national television Tuesday night. Interviewed during CBS' telecast of Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Pontiac, Mich., Barkley said he expected the Sixers to trade him during the off-season. Barkley, who has seven years remaining on an eight-year, $13 million contract, said he believed the team's management was unhappy with him because "they want me to be an all-American boy, and I'm not. " In a telephone news conference yesterday, Katz said that he had spoken with Barkley by telephone earlier in the day and indicated that the team's leading scorer and rebounder might have been upset because he believed the Sixers were attempting to trade him. Katz said he wouldn't dream of trading Barkley unless the Sixers could get Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Akeem Olajuwon or Magic Johnson.
SPORTS
February 20, 1992 | By Bob Ford, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The NBA trading deadline will pass this evening and, according to general manager Gene Shue, so will the Sixers. "We're not doing anything," Shue said yesterday. Now, would this man tell an untruth to the good people of Philadelphia? We'll know by 9 p.m. It's not that the Sixers haven't explored their options, should they decide to stay with the same cast that has led them to a 25-27 record. They have listened to offers for superstar forward Charles Barkley. But, the way they tell it, they found none of them to their liking.
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