NBA analyst Charles Barkley could be considered one of the most controversial personalities on TV, much akin to his playing days in the league but, he's also known for his generous acts.

On Monday night’s live TNT halftime show for Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs, the former Auburn basketball standout expressed his gratitude for one fan's generous act. Chuck graciously thanked a man during the broadcast for returning his wallet after the sports commentator left it at a Chipotle restaurant.

“Can I give a shout-out? It's important,” Barkley began. “I wanna give a shout-out to a cat, he's a Georgia Bulldog, his name is Matt Pyles."

The 58-year-old, infamous for butchering the names of numerous NBA players, tried his best not to embarrass the good samaritan.

“I lost my wallet today, Ernie. And Matt Pyles — P-Y-L-E-S, I hope I'm saying his name right — he returned it. He got in touch with TNT and he gave me my wallet back. And that was really awesome. I lost it at Chipotle, and I didn't even know it,” Barkley continued.

Despite the NBA legend’s display of gratitude, his co-hosts joined fans online in roasting him for having a wallet in 2021.

As for the guy who did Chuck a solid, Chipotle would like to offer him a cornucopia of burritos.

"In search of Matt Pyles… if found return to Chipotle. We have free burritos for a year with his name on them," Chipotle tweeted.

If Pyles redeems the restaurant's offer, Barkley would have surely made a new fan in the Georgia grad. But back home, the former NBA MVP is beloved by the people of Leeds, Alabama.

Last month, he donated $1,000 to each of the employees at Leeds City Schools, as Blavity previously reported.

According to state statistics, the Leeds school district has about 226 employees, which brings Barkley’s total donation amount to over $200,000.

“Through the years, the Leeds School System has been fortunate to have the support of its biggest fan and most famous graduate, Charles Barkley, Class of 1981,” the school district wrote in a Facebook post. “Over the past three decades, Charles has quietly and without any attention drawn to himself, provided over $3 million in scholarships to Leeds graduates, funds that have helped hundreds of students attend college.”

As philanthropy goes, Chuck has championed advancing education and higher learning. In 2015, he donated $1 million to Auburn.

The following year, he gifted $2 million to two HBCUs, Alabama A&M and Clark Atlanta University, at $1 million.

“This gift reflects Charles Barkley’s tremendous heart and his desire to make a significant, positive and lasting difference in the lives of others,” Clark Atlanta President Ronald A. Johnson said.

During the span of four years, the sports personality also made contributions to Morehouse College, Tuskegee University and Miles College in Alabama.