Charles Barkley did not feel that Paul George and his teammates were talking about being treated unfairly by the media.
During Inside the NBA on Tuesday, Barkley criticized all that talk. He said the scrutiny George faces is no different than any other excellent / franchise player faces.
Barkley has a valid point. George wants to be considered one of the best players in the league and a centerpiece of the franchise. Part of the responsibilities of such a player is to lead his team to the postseason, which George has consistently failed to do. While George has been carrying the workload for the Clippers in the absence of Khawi Leonard, if he wants his flowers now, he will have to continually act and keep winning.