Stephen Curry was named the first unanimous Most Valuable Player in NBA history earlier in the week and many people have come out to heap praise on the Golden State Warriors point guard.
LeBron James was one of those people, but he brought the name of the award into question by asking if Curry was really the most 'valuable' player to a team in the league.
The quotes left a sour taste in the mouth of some Curry fans, but it was not meant to be a criticism of the player, LeBron said there was nobody more deserving of the award.
When Curry was told about the Cleveland Cavaliers star's views on the naming of the prize, the two-time MVP said: "I've gotten really good at ignoring people. That is the theme of the last two years. So I'm alright."
The 28-year-old is happy to let his basketball do the talking and the Warriors are just four wins away from potentially rekindling their rivalry in the NBA Finals.
Golden State face the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals while the Cavaliers - who are the only unbeaten team remaining in the postseason - are still awaiting their opponents as the Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat play out a thrilling seven game series.