The way the Toronto Raptors were eliminated from the National Basketball Association playoffs was hard for fans to stomach.
Barkley said Casey shouldn't have benched his best player, while Shaq took Casey's side and said coaches should do less "babying" of their stars.More news: Raptors president "absolutely disappointed", but believes in coach Dwane Casey
"You don't disrespect your best player", Barkley said.
Shaq and Charles Barkley disagreed on whether it was the right choice for Casey to bench DeRozan, with Barkley stressing the need for Casey to fix his relationship with the Raptors' All-Star.
O'Neal strongly disagreed and said the coach and top player did not necessarily need to get on well to achieve success, using his own feud with Miami Heat coach Pat Riley ten years ago as an example.More news: Stamp Out Hunger: National Association of Letter Carriers food drive Saturday
"You don't know what you're talking about when it comes to championships", O'Neal said to Barkley, who did not win an National Basketball Association title during his illustrious career.
"You got babied, that's why you didn't win".
O'Neal reminded Barkley he was named NBA Finals MVP three times before issuing his three-word show-stopper: "Google me, Chuck".More news: Are You Looking For Opportunity on Stock? Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc