Saginaw's Draymond Green has had a break out year in the NBA with the Golden State Warriors but legend Charles Barkley won't give him credit. Draymond has had enough of Barkley's lack of recognizing his talent. 

Charles Barkley has repeatedly not given the Warriors any credit as a top team in the Western Conference. Green was criticized by Barkley over his height and toughness and the Saginaw native has had enough says Complex.  The former Michigan State ball player said,

"I think he was shorter than me," he said over the weekend, "but hey, maybe he thinks I can't win [a championship] because he ain't got one. So if he's the same size, and he can't win a championship, we'll see what happens. I've got a lot more years to do it than he's got, you know?"

"A guy who's not a champion can't talk too much about championships, can he?" he asked. "I'm not sure how much he won anything in his career team-wise. Been to the Finals, but…For him to say that—they won't win because he's too small—maybe that's why he didn't win. Because he was too small."

Talk about not holding back. Draymond Green is putting in work this season and drawing a lot of attention. Barkley wouldn't have much to say about Green if he was not producing on the court at such a high level. Take a look at Green putting in work against the New York Knicks last month.