Charles Barkley is unhappy with the way the Sixers' holdover assistants were handled
Charles Barkley has never been one to hold his tongue, and on a recent radio interview with CBS Philadelphia, Sir Charles continued to criticize his former franchise’s recent moves.
He is already on record saying that the Sixers took entirely too long to hire a head coach, and now the “round mound of rebound” has taken issue with the way the Sixers’ holdover assistant coaches were handled.
“I'm disappointed because I thought they treated those assistant coaches bad. They should have fired them at the beginning of the summer and gave them an opportunity to get another job,” Barkley said on air, referencing the assistants that were released at the dawn of the Brett Brown era.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer