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Charles Barkley Once Went On Live TV And Requested Somebody To Punch Draymond Green: "I Just Want Somebody To Punch Him In The Face. I Really Do."

Charles Barkley Once Went On Live TV And Requested Somebody To Punch Draymond Green: "I Just Want Somebody To Punch Him In The Face. I Really Do."

Draymond Green has been a vital piece for the Golden State Warriors over the years. The Warriors forward's contributions might not always reflect on the box score, but his impact is unrivaled.

For starters, Green is a great leader and is vocal about pointing out the mistakes of his teammates. No matter how rough that might sound, every great team in the NBA needs a player like that on the roster.

Additionally, Green is a savage trash talker. He knows how to get in the minds of his opponents and throw them off their game with his antics. But at the same time, Green tends to overdo his antics, which makes many fans turn into his haters.

Just take a look at his verbal battles against the Boston Celtics and their fans. Even though the NBA Finals are over, he is still calling them out at every chance he gets. Now, many would try to ignore his shenanigans, but not NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley.

Chuck has been working as an NBA analyst for years now and one thing that fans love about him is the way he is never afraid to call out anyone. Over the years, Barkley has treated Draymond the same way.

In fact, once Chuck was so frustrated with Green that he urged someone to literally punch Green in the face.

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"I just want somebody to punch him in the face. I really do. I just want somebody to punch him in the face. I wanna punch him in the face. I'm just telling y'all, I'm wanna punch his a** in the face. I do."

This wasn't the first time that Chuck called out Green. He once also roasted Green by asking why he shoots in warmup if he is never going to shoot in the game.

All things considered, it might appear that the two have an ongoing beef. But that's not the case. In fact, Green appears on the 'Inside The NBA' show whenever he gets a chance. So it is just friendly banter between the two.