Green apparently annoyed Barkley by going chest to chest with Pelicans guard Rajon Rondo at halftime of the Warriors' Game 2 victory. Punch me in the face when you see me or if not.
By his postgame interview, Green had heard of the comment, and wasn't pleased.
"He's seen me a million times". Chuck then went one step further and said that he wanted to punch Draymond in the face. Punch me in the face if you see me.
"He's seen me a bunch of times". You're old and it is what it is. "So if you ain't going to punch me when you see me, then stop talking about it. Period".
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It looks like this playground feud is just getting started and I'm sure we can expect a response from Chuck any day now. I want to punch his ass in the face.
"You asked me a question, I gave you an answer", Barkley responded.
While the TNT pundit is not new to extravagant comments, Green's mom understandably did not find Barkley's latest outburst remotely amusing and took to Twitter to defend her son, who recorded 20 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds as the Warriors took a 2-0 lead in the series against the New Orleans Pelicans. Say what you want about Green, but he knows how to press the right buttons. "It is what it is. I'm not a guy who repeats stuff that's said on the floor".
According to the Mercury News, Green and Barkley will get to see each other in person during if and when the Warriors reach the Western Conference Finals - something they've done for three consecutive years - because the TNT crew will be broadcasting onsite throughout the series.