“Peace is at hand.” Henry Kissinger? No, Chris Webber. It has been three weeks since Webber, a TNT NBA analyst, opined that if the Warriors’ Draymond Green “was on other teams and expected to score, he might not be in the starting lineup.” Apprised of Webber’s remarks, Green made reference to how nicely his championship rings fit and laughed it off. Focusing on the seven words that darn near exploded the ballyhoo meter, “might not be in the starting lineup,” pundits took pot shots at Webber, and Warriors fans kicked him around like a Hacky Sack. A bona fide contretemps? Maybe not, but it was easy pickings. And so the subject took on a shelf life of its own. Tuesday, 14 hours after Green turned