The question was simple, but U.S. Olympic basketball coach Chuck Daly tried to make it difficult.
Asked why U.S. players are so much better than those of the rest of the world, Daly offered a drawn-out answer.He detailed how basketball is second nature to U.S. kids.
He noted how they play against top competition from a young age.
Enter Charles Barkley.
Said Sir Charles: ``What he's trying to say diplomatically is, he's got brothers from the 'hood on his team who can flat-out hoop all day long.'
Now THAT explains it.