Danny Rouhier shot to worldwide fame after his Charles Barkley impression was featured on Inside the NBA. He was back for more today.
Rouhier has been doing Charles Barkley impressions for 17 years now. The DC sports host and comedian has gotten so good at it now that the Inside crew invited him to their live show for an interview segment where Rouhier imitates Chuck.
This segment was played on the show after the Suns beat the Clippers 112-109 today. Rouhier brought the house down, and in fact much of NBA Twitter down, with his impersonations.
Now Shaquille O’Neal was feeling a bit left out after Rouhier dedicated his entire clip to Chuck the other night. So Shaq went on Twitter and issued a challenge to Danny, asking the comedian to do a Shaq impression.
Business just picked up https://t.co/vjnAiCTmXX
— Danny Rouhier (@funnydanny) June 8, 2021
Rouhier obliged dearly, and that’s why we have another hilarious segment to bring to you.
Danny Rouhier copies both Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley in the same interview
We’ve already brought to you how Danny takes the mickey out of Ernie, Kenny, Chuck and Shaq. But in that clip, Rouhier was only doing one player impression at a time.
Danny leveled up and brought his A-game to the ring for this one, in which he copies both Chuck and Shaq. You can forward the video below to the 3:30 mark to get to this particular exchange.
Danny as Shaq: So knock knock, knock knock, Chuck. Lemme ask you a question. Shut up. Knock knock, Chuck!
Danny as Chuck: I don’t want no knock knock jokes….Fine, who’s there?
Danny as Shaq: A second trip to the Finals.
Danny as Chuck: A second tri–
Danny as Shaq: Nevermind, wrong house. You see what I did there?
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This was hardly the only time Danny shafted Chuck in his attempts to make fun. Perhaps the best part of the evening was when Danny gets Chuck to admit that his ‘GUARANTEE’s are not worth anything.
“Do you think it’s important to ever get a guarantee right?” “No.” 🤣 pic.twitter.com/aOsachwrgi
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 9, 2021