Charles Barkley says he would join LIV Golf, leave Turner Sports for cash

1. Charles Barkley is unlike any broadcaster in the history of sports media. There is no other person of his profile who would go on a national radio show and give all the details of his negotiations with one company and where he stands with another company.

But Barkley did it Monday during an interview with Dan Patrick, where he opened up about the possible LIV Golf Tour merger and departure from TNT.

Besides saying, “Of course it’s about the money” and that LIV would have to give him an “astronomical” deal to get him to leave Turner Sports, Barkley gave Patrick a bunch of information about where he stands the one with TNT and LIV.

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