Draymond Green got a sorry from the Chuckster. Charles Barkley will not punch the Warriors’ forward in the face.

Barkley expressed remorse for saying on TNT’s halftime show of the Warriors’ Game 2 win over New Orleans on Tuesday that he would like to “punch [Draymond] in the face” because of his demonstrative outbursts toward opponents. Barkley also challenged Green’s opponents to do the same thing.

“I apologize to Draymond Green and his mom,” Barkley said on TNT on Wednesday evening. “What I said was inappropriate. I would never punch an NBA player. I meant what I said, but I would never punch an NBA player. Draymond Green is a good player. I think he’s a nice kid. I wish him nothing but the best. But what I said was inappropriate.”

“Draymond is a hell of a player,” Barkley said on TNT on Wednesday. “He’s an irritant. He annoys me at times. He’s a hell of a player. But what I said was wrong and I apologize.”  

I meant what I said but it was inappropriate is the greatest non apology of all time. This clearly came down from Turner corporate, so he said what he had to so everyone can move on.  Sir Charles is must watch television. 

Draymond’s mom wasn’t buying it apparently, as she retweeted this below. What a time to be alive.