- O’Neal and the TNT’s NBA crew often joke with Barkley over his lack of a ring
- Jason Kelce posted the video to the ‘New Heights’ podcast’s Twitter account
- DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news
TNT analyst and Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal has once again jokingly taken a dig at fellow NBA legend and analyst Charles Barkley, with a little help from Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce this time.
O’Neal and Kelce met up in Las Vegas ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
While sitting down at a table that appeared to be filled with chicken tenders, burgers and French fries, O’Neal looked into a camera sitting across the table before roasting his TNT cast member.
‘Hey Charles, you know what me and Jason have in common and you don’t?’ O’Neal asked as he looked directly into a camera that was sitting across from him.
He then pointed to Kelce’s Super Bowl ring while laughing and sticking his tongue out, mocking Barkley for not winning any championships during his professional career.
Shaquille O’Neal and Jason Kelce mocked Charles Barkley for his lack of a championship ring
Kelce (L) posted the video on the X account for his and Travis Kelce’s ‘New Heights’ podcast
Jason admitted that doing the New Heights podcast made him and brother Travis closer
Barkley’s lack of championship gold has become a running joke amongst the cast on ‘Inside the NBA’ and O’Neal often never shies away from any and every opportunity to crack a joke at Barkley’s expense.
Kelce was seen laughing across the table from O’Neal with the clip shared to his and brother Travis’s ‘New Heights’ podcast account on X.
The 36-year-old Kelce recently said that doing the podcast with his brother has helped him and Travis grow closer and claimed they ‘haven’t been this connected since college’
‘It has been fun doing it another year, talking to my brother,’ Kelce said. ‘I haven’t been this connected with Travis, over the last two years, since college.’
‘And that has been one of the best things, probably the best thing, of the podcast. It forces us – because we are brothers, before this we would go months on our own without talking. We would text, send a funny video but [to] truly sit down and talk with him, it would be a long time.’