Charles Barkley roasted Draymond Green with a great line on Thursday night.

Green was ejected during the second quarter of his Golden State Warriors’ home game against the Los Angeles Lakers after picking up his second technical foul of the contest.

Barkley roasted Green at halftime of the game on TNT, mocking him for getting another “triple-single.”

True enough, Green had just 2 points, 1 rebound and 4 assists — a triple-single. Green is averaging 8.2 points, 6.3 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game this season, which, yes, is a triple-single. Unlike the alluring triple-double in which a player records double figures in the three stat categories (points, rebounds, assists), the triple-single requires only one figure in each category and is achieved by pretty much every player in the league.

Barkley and Green have had beef for a few years, going back to when Barkley wanted someone to punch Green for whining so much about the officials. Chuck actually used the “triple-single” line on Draymond last month, too.





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