The Oklahoma City Thunder's draft history added to its MVP collection on Monday night, with former top pick James Harden - who's now on the Houston Rockets - being award the league's most valuable player award in Los Angeles.
The Thunder have now drafted three players that have gone on to becoming the league's MVP. OKC star point guard Russell Westbrook won it last year. Kevin Durant won it while he was still with the Thunder.
Only one of these three players remains with the franchise. Harden was traded to Houston and Durant left for Golden State in free agency.
This is a common trolling point for NBA fans when talking about the Thunder. It's apparently a joking topic for NBA players, too.
Steph Curry joined in on the fun on Instagram.
The Golden State Warriors star guard trolled OKC Thunder general manager Sam Presti with a comment on a post.
That has to hurt if you're an Oklahoma City Thunder fan. But, hey, at least the franchise is really good at drafting top talent.
And, really, things are still going OK for the Thunder. The franchise is reportedly growing continuously optimistic that Paul George will be re-signing.
No one has it better than Steph Curry and the Warriors right now, though. That is clear.