Basketball Hall of Famer and CBS commentator Charles Barkley went Beast Mode on sports journalists who wet their trousers about Michigan State coach Tom Izzo yelling at one of his players. Cassius Winston ultimately restrained Izzo as he yelled at Henry.
Thirty years ago, most people would wait til Monday morning to read their local newspaper, listen to their favorite sports talk show on the radio, or tune into Sportcenter on ESPN to see and hear what others thought of the NCAA seeding of their favorite team.
As written prior to the outcome of Michigan State beating Michigan for the third time in 22 days and capturing the Big Ten Tournament Title to go along with their regular season conference, the Spartans deserved a #1 Seed. The longtime coach was first seen running up to the forward as he came off the court and tapping him in the stomach while in a fit of rage.
One view: Izzo crossed the line of decorum even in a sport where coaching screaming is the norm. After getting chewed out by Izzo for defensive lapses early in the second half, Henry recovered to set a critical screen on Matt McQuaid's 3-pointer.
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On Friday morning, Charles Barkley had a message for the "jackasses on other networks". "When did we get to a point where every time a coach yells at a player, it becomes a national emergency?"
"What is wrong with challenging a kid that made some mistakes?"
"Aaron Henry - trust me - did some things that you can't do as a starter on a top-5 team at the end of your freshman year", Izzo said, according to ESPN's Adam Teicher.
"I did get after him". He did make some big free throws but that's not good enough.