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I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

I will not use profanity on live TV.

Something tells us that the producers of TNT's Inside the NBA are going to make Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal write that sentence 100 times each this morning. Because during last night's episode of the show, both of them managed to work words that shouldn't have aired on live TV into the TNT broadcast.

Barkley started things off by saying, "That's just total bullshit," during a discussion about DeMarcus Cousins. You can watch him say it here:

And then, as if that wasn't bad enough, Shaq—who, for whatever reason, spent some time deejaying at the end of the show—took it a step further by playing the unedited version of Jay Z's "Tom Ford" as the show signed off for the night. He probably didn't realize that the show was still live at the time. But still, he couldn't have waited ten more seconds here to let the song play?

The look on Ernie Johnson's face says it all. Get to writing, Chuck and Shaq!

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[via The Big Lead]