Safe to say Draymond Green is not the biggest fan of Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert. With the Golden State Warriors starcoming onto the live TNT broadcast during the NBA All-Star Game, he wasn't hiding his disdain for the Frenchman.

After being compared defensively with the likes of Dikembe Mutombo and Rudy Gobert as former Defensive Players of the Year, Draymond Green fired back with what felt like a sudden rage from his heart.

“You keep mentioning me in the same sentence with him. We are not alike,” asserted the Warriors star.

Kenny Smith followed up by asking if he meant Dikembe Mutombo or Rudy Gobert.

“Who you just mentioned me with and I ain't say Mutombo,” Draymond replied. “We ain't nothing alike.”

It's not the first time Draymond Green spoke out against Rudy Gobert. The Warriors star was vocal last season about why he thinks he's a more valuable defender than the 7-footer. According to Green, it's defensive versatility that gives him the edge.

 “I think what [Gobert] does on the defensive side of the ball is incredible. I think the way he protects the rim is incredible. But defense is more than just protecting the rim.”

More recently, Draymond Green also called out Rudy Gobert for crying over not making the All-Star team a few seasons ago. The Warriors star was part of the broadcast for the All-Star reserves list, which both he and Gobert were on

“One thing I can assure you: If I didn’t make it this year, I wasn’t going to cry. I can 100 percent assure you that.

It has to be Rudy. I mean, the man cried on national television when he didn’t make the All-Star team. Thank god he’s made the next three.”

Draymond Green and Rudy Gobert clearly have some beef still simmering.