Charles Barkley, NBA legend and current TNT analyst, says the NBA will need to relocate the All-Star Game out of North Carolina next year because of the anti-LGBT law HB2.
During an appearance on the "The Dan Patrick Show," Barkley was asked, “Will you consider boycotting the All-Star Game?”
“Yes,” Barkley responded. “I told my boss, I don’t want to act like I’m jumping on a sword, but I’ve talked to Adam Silver, we need to move the All-Star Game,” he said, speaking of the NBA Commissioner.
“I hope they don’t put me in a situation where I have to boycott the All-Star Game. We need to move the All-Star Game.”
North Carolina has already suffered economic losses totally in the millions thanks to the controversial legislation.