Charles Barkley calls Steph Curry a ‘flash in the pan’ | Golf Channel

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Charles Barkley did not take too kindly to Steph Curry’s doubts that he can finish in the top 70 at the 2022 American Century Championship, and the result was about as funny as you’d expect. #GolfChannel #CharlesBarkley #StephCurry #AmericanCenturyChampionship

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Charles Barkley calls Steph Curry a ‘flash in the pan’ | Golf Channel

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