Golden State Warriors All-Star power forward Draymond Green, a frequent foe of Hall of Fame power forward Charles Barkley, is answering back in a big way at his incessant detractor.

“I got a lot of respect for Charles Barkley the basketball player, as a fan of basketball growing up Charles Barkley was a great basketball player,” Green, 30, started his monologue against the former Phoenix Suns MVP with while speaking to Stephen Jackson on “All The Smoke.”

“He never won sh– … Charles Barkley has had this beef with me since I was coming up into this league. For years, I didn't respond.

“Honestly, it's jealously that somebody the same size as him or smaller can come into the league and have success I've had, made the money I've made, win the championships I've won — these are all things Charles Barkley wasn't able to do.”

Green, a three-time NBA champion with the Warriors, has been a frequent member of Barkley's carousel of hate-able current players and adversaries despite the two stars never sharing the hardwood at the same time during their illustrious careers.

Barkley won at nearly every level but never broke through to an NBA title, winning MVP, a gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and an All-Star Game MVP.


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