Draymond Green and Charles Barkley are about to be on the same team.
The Warriors forward and Basketball Hall of Famer will be part of a panel on TNT's new show "The Arena," which will debut July 20.
Green and Barkley -- who have attacked each other publicly over the years -- will be joined by host Cari Champion and 2006 NBA Finals MVP, Dwyane Wade.
"The cinematic features will examine the COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter, systemic racial injustices and the changing landscape of society since the NBA postponed play through the point of view of players, NBA teams, their fans and communities," per a press release. "The five-part series will also include contributions from leading voices in sports and entertainment, such as renowned journalist Jemele Hill, rapper and activist Killer Mike, Academy Award-winning filmmaker, Lesley Chilcott, among others."
Some very serious conversations will be had, so it'll be interesting to see if Green and Barkley address and/or laugh at their past beef.
It's possible they avoid it altogether and solely focus on the much more important topics at hand.
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