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Charles Barkley has once again voiced his displeasure with LeBron James — and this time the Hall of Famer is using even harsher language than before.

In July, Barkley said he was “disturbed” by LeBron’s actions.

Yesterday, Barkley upped the ante while reacting to James’s recent tweet, in which he claims to be keeping track of “everyone taking shots at me this summer.” While being interviewed on ESPN Radio 103.3 FM in Dallas/Fort Worth on Wednesday night, Barkley snapped.

“I want him to make sure that he puts my name on that (list),” Barkley said, in reference to James’ tweet. “I thought that his little one-hour special was a punk move,” the analyst added, according to FanHouse.

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