Warriors

Warriors

One thing Warriors star Draymond Green has never been known for is keeping his thoughts to himself.

The boisterous forward was called out by NBA Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley on Monday in the latest barb of what has been a long-term feud between the two.

“I get annoyed when these guys who are born into money think that they’re successful,” Barkley said on the “Coffee With Cal” show. “He’s like the worst member of the boy band who doesn’t realize he’s standing next to Timberlake. When the girls are throwing panties at his head, he’s going to get hit by some drive-by panties, but they’re really throwing panties at Justin Timberlake.

“Draymond’s a good little player, but without Kevin Durant, Klay and Steph, he’s just a good little player.”

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Barkley’s response comes after Draymond recently claimed that the former NBA MVP was jealous of Green’s career.

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He said something almost identical about Draymond back in March during an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show, emphasizing that he wouldn’t trade his career for Draymond's.

Green wasn’t exactly born with a silver spoon in his mouth, however, working his way from being a second-round draft pick to being a catalyst for Golden State’s three NBA championship runs.

Nonetheless, don't expect Draymond to just disregard Barkley's comments without a response.