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Bulls-Heat Game Marks Second-Best NBA Audience Ever On Cable
Published May 23, 2011
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Meanwhile, a source said that TNT's "Inside The NBA" studio show will "originate all of its programming from inside AmericanAirlines Arena" for tomorrow night's Bulls-Heat Eastern Conference Finals Game Four. The show following last night's Game Three aired from outside the arena, and TNT's Charles Barkley "became the focus of intense jeering and other acts of derision in the wake of his recent criticism of the Heat." Barkley "playfully responded" at one point with a "middle-finger salute." A fan then threw "what appeared to be a towel" at the analyst while he was on the temporary set of the program (SUN-SENTINEL.com, 5/23).