The Round Mound of Rebound will again grace 30 Rock with his unique brand of blunt humor early next month.

Suns legend Charles Barkley is set to host Saturday Night Live for the fourth time March 3.

Barkley normally dispenses his takes on TNT's "Inside the NBA" and has worked on Turner Sports' coverage of the men's NCAA basketball tournament in recent years, too.

Sir Charles played just four years in Phoenix from 1992-96, but they were productive years as he helped lead the Suns to the NBA Finals in 1993.

In those four seasons, Barkley racked up 3,232 rebounds, good for seventh in Suns history. He also scored 23.4 points per game, the second-best rate of any Suns player ever.

Barkley still has a home in the Phoenix area and is frequently seen around town.

Last time Barkley was on SNL, he parodied fellow TNT basketball analyst and former Sun Shaquille O'Neal.

He'll be joined by rap group Migos as the musical guest for March's first SNL episode at 9:30 p.m. Arizona time.

On March 10, This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown will host, followed by former SNL cast member Bill Hader on March 17.