Charles Barclay – basketball player, was born on February 20, 1963 in Leeds, Alabama. Best known as the NBA star, the player who rallied the team.
The ability to expressively, overly talk helped to make the basketball player one of the most colorful characters of the National Basketball Association. Forward Barclay entered the NBA in 1984. From 1992 to 1996, he played with Phoenix Suns, then became part of the Houston Rockets team until his departure in the middle of the season in December 1999.
Nicknamed “Sir Charles”, a basketball player throughout his career often arranged interviews on various topics, which attracted the attention of news. Charles was an outstanding player: he was named the NBA star 11 times, won 2 Olympic gold medals, scored more than 20,000 points, 10,000 innings for his career. In 2000, he was signed a contract with “Turner Sports”. So the basketball player became a permanent analyst of the studio on cable transmission TNT.
Additional Information: As a player at the Auburn College, Barclay received the nickname “The Round Mound of Rebound”.