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Find out what NBA legend Charles Barkley said when he appeared on CNBC"s "Closing Bell" with Maria Bartiromo on Thursday (July 18), when he shared his views on George Zimmerman's acquittal.

 "I agree with the verdict," Barkley told Bartiromo. "I'm sorry that young kid got killed, but they didn't have enough evidence to charge him."

Barkley admits there was racial profiling in the case, but say's "something happened that changed the dynamic that night." He was also aware that what he was saying was "probably not a popular opinion among most people," but "looking at the evidence" he agreed with the jury's decision. He even called out the media "for not having a pure heart when it comes to race," and added that blacks are racist as well.

Find out what else Charles Barkley had to say in regards to George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin.

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