Charles Barkley says he'd 'knock the hell out of Drake'

Charles Barkley is over Drake's sideline antics during the 2019 NBA playoffs.

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"I ain’t worried about no Drake," Barkley said ahead of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals. "What I would do — I would say, ‘Kenny, do me a favor, throw the ball out of bounds one time and I’ll knock the hell out of Drake.’"

Drake, who is a huge Raptors fan, has set up camp on the Toronto sideline.

He's laughed at MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo when the Bucks star missed a free throw.

During Game 4, he rubbed the shoulders of Raptors coach Nick Nurse:

Barkley continued to explain how he would have handled an overzealous fan like Drake during one of his 16 seasons in the league.

"That’s the way we used to do it," Barkley said. "If there was a fan that was giving us a hard time, I’d say, ‘Hey, man, lose the ball out of bounds and you got to knock the hell out of him. And then, this what you’ve got to do: “Hey man, you all right?'"