Charles Barkley is a retired pro that isn't afraid of firing shots when he deems it necessary. In fact, it's hard to keep track of all the shots he fires.
As an analyst on Inside the NBA on TNT, the former power forward has become more vocal than ever before and there isn't many topics in the NBA he doesn't cover.
So when Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors - the very side that knocked him out of the playoffs last term - Barkley was always going to weigh in.
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The 54-year-old former Philadelphia 76ers man was critical of KD's decision insisting he was disappointed from a "competitive standpoint," intimating that Durant took the easy option by joining the Warriors.
'White Chocolate' Jason Williams - an NBA champion with the Miami Heat back in 2006 - doesn't see it that way.
The former point guard told Mike Ortiz Jr. of Did You See That?! that Barkley could never understand Durant's decision.
"Ah man, you can’t put me on Kevin Durant’s level first and foremost," Williams said. "If I was Kevin Durant and that’s what I wanted to do, then that’s what I would’ve done. I wouldn’t have made a decision based on anybody else. Because it seems like he’s done that for 8 or 9 years now. You know you’ve gotta take care of yourself and make yourself happy at the end of the day.
"I mean all these guys [Charles] Barkley and them talking about oh they wouldn’t have done it, well they was never free agents back in the day…like they didn’t have the choice. Nobody wanted his ass [Barkley] on their team because he was a loser. So that’s what I think about that."
As humorous or harsh as those comments may be, Williams has a vague point in there.
Barkley was the MVP back in 1993 - like Durant was in 2014 - and was an 11-time All-Star and five-time All-NBA First Teamer.
But he never won a championship. And for all the similar accolades Durant currently has, neither has he. That's what he wants most and he's made no secret that his move to Oakland is primarily motivated by that.
Conversely, Williams has none of those accolades, but has won an NBA title. So who's more qualified to comment?