Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant might have won the 2019 NBA All-Star Game MVP but it was his teammate, Stephen Curry, who stole the show with this ridiculous alley-oop to Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Setting up shop in his hometown of Charlotte, it appears that Curry is making waves in other regards.
Here, we overhear Curry talking to Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer about the stellar recent performance of Houston Rockets guard James Harden.
Is Steph Curry spilling tea about James Harden on purpose? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/1PrRzXXgIN
— HIGH NOON (@HIGHNOONonESPN) February 18, 2019
If you listen closely enough, Curry is dishing on a conversation he had with Harden — likely at All-Star Weekend — in which Harden voiced his frustration over having to play “hero ball” with the Rockets.
Indeed, Harden has had to do everything in his power to keep the Rockets afloat. He’s now crossed the 30-point plateau in a ridiculous 31 consecutive games.
Harden’s individual success has not necessarily translated to team-wide success in Houston. The Rockets come out of the All-Star Break as the fifth seed in the Western Conference with a 33-24 record.
We can understand why the likely MVP is frustrated. Though, we’re also pretty sure that Harden isn’t happy with Curry spilling the beans — no matter how unintentional it might have been.