Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is bound to get some vision into his future job, filling in for an absent Kenny Smith on Thursday and Charles Barkley on Friday as part of the popular “Inside the NBA” program on TNT.

Green will join Ernie Johnson and Shaquille O’Neal on set, sharing some of his insight during these NBA playoffs, according to Sports Media Watch.

Green has been one of the best player analysts during this NBA bubble, a delight most haven’t gotten to experience in past years due to the Warriors’ continued dominance.

During Game 7 of the series between the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz, Green shared some quick analysis, noting why the Jazz had fallen behind by 14 at halftime:

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Green previously noted he would one day take over Barkley’s job, but he put his apparent beef with Chuck aside to join the fellas at TNT.

As a part-time quarterback of the Warriors’ offense, Green is not the usual NBA big man, able to dissect plays and see them click before they happen. Draymond has a special mind when it comes to defensive schemes and adapting from game to game, something that makes him a unique addition to the TNT set.

Unlike Smith, Barkley, and O’Neal, Green provides insight as someone who has faced the speed and pace of the modern game, something all the others lack.

If not for the analysis, there is bound to be some barbs between Draymond Green and Charles Barkley on Thursday that should make him a welcome addition to this award-winning team.