There are numerous supporters of the #LeBronJamesChallenge, including two time MVP Stephen Curry. On Tuesday when speaking to Marcus Thompson II of The Athletic, the four time all star announced the reason why he copied LeBron James' dancing at the wedding of ex-teammate Harrison Barnes was that he had been learning the moves of the dance ever since June when they went viral through an Instagram post.

The stars claim this is a big misunderstanding

This past weekend, NBA champions Kyrie Irving and Stephen Curry were both in attendance as Team USA teammates with Harrison Barnes when both all-star point guards sparked a huge dispute with a dance that was performed at the wedding.

On social media, a video started circulating and Stephen Curry could be seen imitating LeBron James' workout dance. This situation was not ideal as Curry has faced off in the last three NBA Finals against LeBron, and Irving is trying to force a trade away from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Despite all of this the two time MVP is assuring everyone that the dance was not meant to be disrespectful.

This situation is not the first time tension has risen from these two teams this offseason

Stephen Curry stated that dancing next to four-time all star Kyrie Irving was not meant to be disrespectful. Irving has apparently requested to be traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers as he wants to be the main focal point of an NBA team, according to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.

Besides the wedding video, it has been an exciting summer for the Golden State Warriors and LeBron James all across social media. Not only has Twitter witnessed the roasting of Kevin Durant, but to add to this, friends Draymond Green and LeBron traded quips across social media during the Warriors championship in June.

Recapping the disputes over the summer

Draymond Green got involved on LeBron James' Instagram post featuring a post of him wearing a shirt starring the word "Quickie."This word was in the same font as the Quickens Loans Arena; the Cleveland Cavaliers home ground. The caption for the photo was "... That's what she said, HUH?!?!?" "Well, the Q, that's what those guys' arena's called," Green said, per CSN Bay Area (via the Washington Post's Scott Allen and Des Bieler).

"We got 'em out here quick, with the trophy. Quickie." If the pettiness in the offseason that has caught the attention of NBA fans is anything to go by, the 2017-18 NBA season may be the most interesting one yet.