New York Knicks swingman RJ Barrett knows words are not enough to shut up Clint Capela and his trash talks. With that said, he'll let his game do the talking.

The Atlanta Hawks big man recently went on a tirade against the Knicks, mocking their lack of physicality and toughness in their playoffs series so far. Capela event went as far as to saying they will be sending the franchise “on vacation” early, suggesting they will close out the series in Game 5 with the Hawks ahead 3-1.

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Barrett, however, doesn't care about what Capela said and only had three simple words for the big man–words that could very well be a warning for the rest of the Hawks after their center just poked the bear.

“We'll see tomorrow,” the Knicks sophomore said of the Capela trash talk, per Steve Popper of Newsday Sports.

Indeed, RJ Barrett and the Knicks need to prove on the court that they can walk the talk. Barrett struggled early in the postseason, but it seems he is finding his rhythm just at the right time after his Game 4 display where he made 21 points on an efficient 53.3 percent shooting.

Barrett needs to step up if the ‘Bockers want any chance of a comeback. After all, they can't relay on Julius Randle alone given how the Hawks have really prepared in stopping the bruising forward

For what it's worth, Randle and Derrick Rose also heard Clint Capela's latest remarks, and it's safe to say it only motivated them even more–not that they need any more of it given the situation they are in.

Game 5 of the Knicks-Hawks series is slated on Wednesday. We'll see if New York will get Capela eat his words.