Ever since the Golden State Warriors first recent championship in 2015, they've slowly become more and more hated by fans each season due to the additions of Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins, and because in fan's eyes, the success has begun to go to the Warriors' heads a bit.
Even if they may think they're untouchable this season, that doesn't mean the All-Star squad is immune to a prank here and there, and that's exactly what NBC Sports Authentic did to the Warriors' starting five.
The starters thought they were in there to give their opinion on Drake and Travis Scott's Sicko Mode song off Scott's new album, but instead of the beat kicking in, the Warriors were greeted with George Michael's love ballad, Careless Whisper.
Boogie Cousins was immediately against the song change, wanting out straight away, whereas the rest sort of accepted the change, with Curry and Draymond vibing to the song, Klay thinking he had gotten rick-rolled, and Durant commenting on how the song was "the pre-game to the real game," if you know what he means.
This side of the Warriors should definitely be shown a lot more, especially for Durant and Green, whose relationships with NBA fans aren't really the best.