During the middle of the Cleveland Cavaliers' making history by being the first team to rally down from a 3-1 deficit in the NBA finals. This play occurred during Game 6, an unusual moment where #LeBron James trashed talked reigning MVP, Stephen Curry. It is a well-known fact that Friends always trash talk, and make no mistake Lebron and Curry were friends at this point. Their friendship first beginning during Curry's playing days at Davidson.

But that is not the only point. During last year's Western Conference Finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors, #Russell Westbrook laughed at a question about Stephen Curry's defense throughout the NBA playoffs.

There is a new book that has been released that answers an intriguing question. Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has become one of the most famous players in the NBAin recent times. This can be measured by the media, fan popularity, TV ratings and jersey sales, but why do some of the NBA's biggest superstars disrespect the reigning MVP?

The NBA is always changing

In the last few seasons, the NBA has experienced a major shakeup. With big market franchises such as the Los Angeles Lakers and the New York Knicks fighting for ping pong balls in the draft, to unknown teams previously, such as the #Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers becoming one of the many league's powerhouses. In all of this, there have been many cases of players rising to superstar status, most noticeably Stephen Curry who has put the league on notice with his spectator three-point shooting and become one of the leagues best players and the face of the Warriors franchise in the process.

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Marcus Thompson II tells all

As reported by Marcus Thompson II, who has recently published the book called The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul and Lebron James are three of the many current day NBA players who have taken a dislike to the Warriors superstar, as reported by Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead. As was told by Thompson on McIntrye's podcast, Curry was a huge admirer of James, and the two were great friends until Curry "challenged LeBron’s status," which has led to a dispute between the two former friends.

The Los Angeles Clippers, including superstar Chris Paul, have also taken a dislike to The Warriors' rise to the top in the Western Conference due to many experts believing the Clippers were the team to beat in the West. Thompson who also writes about the Warriors on Mercury News examined Steph Curry's relationship with Russell Westbrook by stating the Thunder superstar guard "simply doesn't like Curry." Curry who is currently 29 years old is the current reigning back to back MVP and won last season's unanimous, Curry has also appeared in the last four NBA All-Star games, and he is currently ranked No.1 in jersey sales which shows that Curry has colossal from both the media and fans alike.