TNT analyst and NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley still isn't ready to give LeBron James the credit he deserves. Last year, Barkley said that James would never be a top-5 NBA great, and there's nothing he could do to change that. On Tuesday during an interview with Mike & Mike, he stood by that sentiment but added that LeBron isn't even on Kobe Bryant's level. According to Barkley, LeBron would need to beat the Warriors (again) in the NBA Finals just for him to consider James in the same tier as Kobe. Barkley said: "If LeBron is able to beat the Golden State Warriors, I might move him up to Kobe Bryant's status. Michael (Jordan)'s got six championships - that's a whole other planet. LeBron has
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The whole plan had been to celebrate Scott Dixon's pole-winning run for the Indianapolis 500 at a downtown Italian restaurant. ''Really only the next choice was to get fast food,'' Dixon told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Tuesday.