Stephen Curry, Justin Timberlake and Alfonso Ribeiro stole the show at the celebrity golf American Century Championship on Saturday as they danced and joked to the crowd's delight.
Timberlake, who is a minority owner of the Memphis Grizzlies, and Curry took turns shooting baskets on a hoop set up next to the tee box where, unsurprisingly, the two-time MVP stole the show.
However, the three men have taken social media by storm as they all performed the famous 'Carlton dance' - that Ribeiro made famous in the 1990s - in sync for the fans in attendance.
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In another laugh out loud moment, when Curry was just about to to tee off, Timberlake and Ribeiro - more commonly known as Carlton from the hit 90's show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air - flanked the point guard, hands on their knees, with a trademark Curry mouthpiece in their mouths.
The duo were trying to put Curry off as he hit his drive and the fans absolutely ate it up. Timberlake discarded his mouthpiece to the ground following the gag, but the Warriors superstar jogged over, picked the mouthpiece up and hurled it into the crowd in an amusing re-enactment of the NBA Finals.
The fans erupted, and Curry followed up his performance by yelling: “I’m sorry,” in the direction of his thrown-in-anger mouthpiece.
Curry could not hide his love for the event at the end of an entertaining day and shed some light on his budding relationship with JT.
“It’s always electric, and this year was no different,” said Curry, after the round. “I’ll remember that for a long time.”
As for his new Hollywood buddies, Curry played it down. Timberlake “is a fun guy. We had a good time playing golf. Wish we had played better.”
How did Curry rate his dance moves? “I was all right,” said Curry, with a laugh.
Don't worry Warriors fans, we don't think Curry is heading to the Grizzlies anytime soon.