Many people attended Dallas Mavericks forward Harrison Barnes’s wedding recently, and while everyone was having a great time, a video of several NBA players dancing has drawn speculation. In the video, two people stand out from amongst the crowd: none other than Steph Curry and Kyrie Irving. The unique dance moves led people to ask if Steph Curry was mocking Lebron James and if Kyrie Irving, who can be seen in the video egging Curry on, was part of the fun.
Curry’s dance moves could have been inspired by Lebron’s previous Instagram post of him working out, which is what Curry seems to be mocking.
Steph making fun of LeBron’s workout video with Kyrie egging him on 😂😂😂 (via ryanonlyryan/IG) pic.twitter.com/fBj7idGzWA
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 30, 2017
This conclusion is partly due to the rivalry that has brewed between Golden State and Cleveland. But what is also interesting is the fact that Kyrie can be seen goofing around in the video, making many fans wonder if he is indeed looking to part ways with Cleveland and James. This all comes on the heels of Kyrie reportedly wanting to be traded and be the centerpiece of his own team.
Check out some of the buzz that the aforementioned video drew on social media:
Kyrie nuking that bridge on his way out of town. https://t.co/PLGHBTtskb
— Daryl Ruiter (@RuiterWrongFAN) July 30, 2017
Fake Kyrie Trade of the Weekend… we are at Defcon 1 now that Kyrie and Curry are mocking LeBron on wedding dance floors… pic.twitter.com/1lKkQhBPPY
— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) July 30, 2017
I’m cool w/ all the subliminal stuff from NBA guys, but we gotta stop with the whole “humble” rep Steph has. He partakes in the subliminals
— NOT Jae Crowder (@el_budget) July 30, 2017
Trying not to let this Kyrie news get to me like: pic.twitter.com/wFnD9GDcKa
— Cleveland Sportsline (@CLEsportsline) July 30, 2017
“Et tu, Kyrie?” pic.twitter.com/04m93UveVV
— John (@JohnHillbery) July 30, 2017
I’d say it’d be tough for Kyrie to defend that video but it’s Kyrie so trouble defending goes without saying
— Patrick Claybon (@PatrickClaybon) July 30, 2017
You can check out the many other responses on Twitter regarding the video. What do you think?