Charles Barkley and Draymond Green are two of the NBA’s omnipresent heels, both of whom have no problem playing the bad guy. Barkley and Green have had their differences of opinion over the years, but what happened on Friday night after the Dallas Mavericks’ narrow one point win over the Minnesota Timberwolves could change everything for the foreseeable future.

Green joined the NBA on TNT crew alongside Shaquille O’Neal, Ernie Johnson, Draymond Green, Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith, and Barkley. While waiting for Game Two hero Luka Doncic to appear on set, a crew of hecklers descended upon the makeshift studio in the stands of the Target Center and began to chant in Green’s direction; “Draymond Sucks!” “Draymond Sucks!”

The hecklers were met in a surprising way as the former Phoenix Suns MVP and 76ers legend Barkley took aim, letting loose with a retort that seemed to earn Green’s respect.

Barkley told the hecklers to “go home,” but many of them stuck around. Later on in the broadcast, the Warriors star Green could be seen inviting in the chorus from the hecklers similar to Detroit Pistons legend Bill Laimbeer, as he had no choice but to listen to what they were saying while contributing his thoughts to the post-game NBA on TNT television show.

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Green’s Warriors did not make the playoffs this season, losing to the Sacramento Kings during the Play-In Tournament.

The Warriors’ lack of success has led Coach Steve Kerr to lament that the end of the Green, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson dynasty is at hand, but Green has stayed busy by hosting and appearing on podcasts and continuing to live, breath, eat and sleep basketball.

Doncic began unleashing expletives after the Mavs’ win, which ended with a stepback three-point shot over Rudy Gobert of the Timberwolves on the perimeter of the defense.

Gobert is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year in the NBA, but TNT’s commentators stated that Doncic vs. Gobert was a bad matchup for the Wolves following Minnesota’s big win.

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The Mavericks’ backcourt of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving combined for 52 points on the evening which led one TNT analyst to declare them the best offensive backcourt in basketball history, an assertion Green would almost certainly disagree with in favor of Warriors legends Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry.

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Game Four between the Mavs and Timberwolves is set for Sunday at 7 p.m. CT at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The Mavericks, coach by Jason Kidd, currently lead the series two games to zero.