Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, you will have seen the news of Draymond Green's unfortunate selfie snafu.
The Golden State Warriors star had a social media moment that he would very much like to forgot after taking a snapchat of his private parts and accidentally setting it as his story, clicking the wrong button.
Everyone saw it and is expectedly ripping him for it. Even his Team USA teammates, who were videoed earlier today joking about it.
Green apologized for the unseemly incident and seems keen to move on with his life, away from this awkward time.
His teammates heading into the Olympics are not going to let this happen. Watch the video of them talking about it here.
During a Team USA practice, Draymond was being interviewed, almost certainly having to field questions about his unintentional nude, on the other side of the court to where some of the players were putting up shots.
DeMarcus Cousins makes the first quip, saying that the reporters should be asking Green if the microphone reminds him of anything, wink wink nudge nudge.
Cousins also seems to insinuate that Paul George may have done something similar a few days ago.
Amazingly, some other players were photographed this morning with their hands placed in front of their crotches, mocking Dray yet again.
In his apology/explanation, Green stated that it was meant to be a private message.
"It was a situation where it was meant to be a private message," Green continued. "I kinda hit the wrong button and it sucks. It was meant to be private. We're all one click away from placing something in the wrong place, and I suffered from that this morning."
What a time to be alive.