Charles Barkley has invented a new application for computers, phones and iPads to explain the ridiculous statements made in postgame interviews in layman’s terms. Unfortunately this app isn’t real; it was featured in one the skits he did during his appearance as the host of Saturday Night Live. Regardless, he should actually invent it because it would undoubtedly be one of the most popular apps and a necessity for all sports fans. In the skit, Sir Charles starts off by introducing a clip of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid rambling during a press conference and then stepping onto the screen saying “Wow!, that didn’t make a lick of sense.” He then pitches the “Charles Barkley Postgame Translator App (HD)” which works by first showing a clip of a coach or player talking and then a talking head shot of the Round Mound of Rebound explaining what he actually meant. For example, during one of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s famously cryptic talks with the press, he said, “Try to start fast, finish strong. So we’ve done some of both, some of neither.” Barkley comes in to explain this to the bewildered users of his app. He translates it to, “I got three Super Bowl rings. You guys don’t know anything about football, but I got to talk to you.” He continues the skit by making fun of Mike Shanahan, Kobe Bryant, Rex Ryan, Dwyane Wade, the Mets and even himself. Barkley guarantees it’s the best product you will ever own, and if it ever becomes available to actually download, it just might be.