Philadelphia 76ers’ Charles Barkley gives Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan a hug after the Bulls beat the Sixers 100-95 to win the best of seven series 4-1 in Chicago, May 14, 1991. The Bulls advance to the Eastern Conference final. (AP Photo/John Swart)

“The Last Dance” has Charles Barkley nostalgic for his friendship with Michael Jordan.

The two were prominently featured in Sunday’s episodes, as the 1992 USA Olympic “Dream Team” was profiled on ESPN, and the superstars were thick as thieves in most of the footage.

They had a falling out in 2012 though, because Barkley was critical of Jordan when he was running the then Charlotte Hornets.

“The guy was like a brother to me for, shoot, 20-something years,” Barkley said on Tuesday’s Waddle and Silvy Show on ESPN 1000 in Chicago. “At least 20-something years. And I do, I feel sadness.

But to me he’s still the greatest basketball player ever. I wish him nothing but the best. But, there’s nothing I can do about it, brother.”

Barkley still harbors some frustration. He doesn’t think the criticism was too harsh.

“The thing that bothered me the most about that whole thing, I don’t think that I said anything that bad,” Barkley said.

“I’m pretty sure I said, ‘As much as I love Michael, until he stops hiring them kiss-asses, and his best friends, he’s never going to be successful as a general manager.’ And I remember pretty much verbatim I said that. And the thing that really pissed me off about it later is Phil Jackson said the exact same thing.”

There are four episodes left in the highly-acclaimed documentary series.