Shaq Threatens To Knockout Charles Barkley During Hilarious Segment

Shaq was in no mood to mess around on the set Inside the NBA last night, which resulted in yet another hilarious segment from the NBA on TNT crew.

Following the Golden State Warriors’ Game 2 victory over the Houston Rockets, Shaq, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith took part in a three-minute, timed segment in which each them were supposed to get a chance to talk. However, Barkley’s ramblings prevented Shaq from getting his time to shine.

“It’s supposed to be one, two, three… Not one, two, back to one,” Shaq said.

Kenny, Chuck and Ernie Johnson couldn’t contain their laughter which only infuriated The Diesel more – to the point where he threatened to knock out The Round Mound Rebound on national TV.

Check out the footage below.

Shaq, Charles Barkley & Kenny Smith Fail Horribly Playing Jeopardy!: Video

In response to James Holzhauer’s historic run on Jeopardy!, Shaq, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith tried their hands at some the game’s tri questions on last night’s edition Inside The NBA – and it went about as well as you’d expected.

Following the conclusion Game 6 between the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs, which the Spurs won 120-103, Ernie Johnson played the role Alex Trebek while his Inside The NBA co-hosts did their best to answer questions (rather, provide questions to the answers) about space, royalty, organizations and others that Holzhauer got right.

Check out the hilarious footage below.

Shaq Opening "Big Chicken" Restaurant In Las Vegas

Shaquille O’Neal has kept himself busy since retiring from the NBA thanks to his analyst gig with Inside The NBA and several other projects including acting, owning Krispy Kreme stores, and DJing under the name DJ Diesel. On top that, Shaq is now opening a new restaurant in Las Vegas dubbed “Big Chicken,” which we hope has a special “Barbecue Chicken Alert” menu item in honor Shaq’s favorite phrase. 

According to Bleacher Report, the “Big Chicken” launch will be showcased Facebook Watch in an eight-episode reality series, chronicling Shaq’s decision making as he attempts to get the chicken spot up and running on time. As part the reality series, viewers will be able to provide input on Facebook Watch and help Shaq throughout the process.

Per Bleacher Report:

The Facebook Watch series, titled “Big Chicken Shaq,” will debut this fall, with the Big Chicken restaurant slated to open to the public sometime later this year.