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Charles Barkley said he would do an entire show in speedo if the Pistons come back against the Bucks in their playoff series

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Playoff hopes are not shining so bright for the Detroit Pistons who have a really hard task against the Milwaukee Bucks. They are down 3-0 with the fourth game scheduled for tonight. Blake Griffin who missed the first two games came back in the last game, however, not even his contribution offensively didn't help the Pistons to secure a much-needed win.

Not a single team in NBA history has come back from a 0-3 deficit and is highly unlikely the Pistons will achieve this remarkable feat. The Bucks have been the best team in the regular season and are showing the same kind of dominance so far in the playoffs.

Charles Barkley who is known for sometimes ridiculous statements and promises said he would do an entire "Inside the NBA" show wearing speedos.

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"I will do the entire show in a speedo. If the Pistons come back I might not even do it in a speedo, I might do it butt-a** naked". "

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