Superstar team-mates turned bitter enemies Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have revealed they're no longer on speaking terms.
The pair spent 8 seasons together playing on the Oklahoma City Thunder, winning hundreds of games and coming close to Finals a number of times.
But Durant's shock exit to join Golden State in the off-season put an end to all that, with Westbrook revealing they don't talk anymore.
The reunion on Wednesday (Thursday in Oz) was icy too, with Durant and Westbrook putting on dominant displays in the bruising Warriors-Thunders encounter, albeit on different teams.
Each appear to have points to prove, with Durant averaging 26 points a game and putting up career high numbers in shooting (0.544), rebounds (8.6) and blocks (1.7).
Westbrook's no slouch either, proving he might just be a better player without KD. Russ is scoring 31 points a game and averaging 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
There'll be more catch-ups to come for the pair, with Golden State and Oklahoma to meet again on February 11 and March 20.