If you scratched your head while reading that title, you're completely fine--I nearly confused myself writing it.
If you tuned into the annual MLK Day thrashing of the Cleveland Cavaliers at the hands of the Golden State Warriors, you probably saw rap trio Migos. Sitting courtside for the game, the "Culture" artists did a segment with Kristen Ledlow where Quavo talked about a collaboration he did with LeBron James and Finish Line.
Quavo teamed up with the basketball superstar and the retail chain to bring new LeBron 15's for the basketball team at his alma mater. It's an awesome move so kudos to Quavo, LeBron, and Finish Line for making that happen.
A clip of Quavo, himself, playing basketball in a pair of LeBrons went viral and, of course, James responded positively to it. It's clear that there's a respect there and they're fans of each other.
But Stephen Curry doesn't have time for that.
On his Snapchat story, Quavo gave us a look of him talking to Curry, telling him that he needs a pair of his Under Armour Curry 4's. The two-time MVP responded that he'd give him the pair that he was wearing during the game.
This isn't a big deal--rappers and celebrities want game-worn gear from the best in the game--but I'm going to get these jokes off.
There's something heartwarming about a big-time celebrity going into the game as a huge LeBron fan, going on air to talk about his shoes, and then ending his night by chasing Curry, who beat James on his own home floor.
It was recently announced that Curry edged out James in jersey sales, too. The Golden State Warriors' star is beating his rival on and off the court consistently.
And he's making LeBron James' fans switch up on him in the middle of the game in his hometown