"I'm the d***head. I don't care." -- Andre Iguodala.
So what's the context here, exactly?
Well, Steph Curry is in a stratosphere of celebrity that not many people inhabit or experience. Every time the guy leaves the house, he has to deal with strangers who want autographs or pictures or a handshake.
As you can imagine, there are plenty of moments where Curry wants to be invisible and go undetected. Unfortunately, those are few and far between.
But if the two-time MVP is with Andre Iguodala, he's got the support and security he needs.
The following is an anecdote from a recent feature story from Anthony Slater of The Athletic on how Curry deals with unparalleled fame:
"Andre's got that gift where he can make you feel uncomfortable," (Shaun) Livingston said. "Like, ‘Uhh, maybe I don't want to get a picture today.'"
"He loves it," Curry said. "He loves being that guy."
"I'm the d***head," Iguodala said. "I don't care. I'll tell you: ‘Get the f**k away. What are y'all doing?‘ There's a line that you can't cross. People cross it a lot with him."
"You gotta know who you're dealing with," Iguodala said. "You're dealing with kids, it's different. But if you're dealing with grown men who try to abuse you for their wants, I ain't having it."
You have officially been warned -- if you run into Curry somewhere around the Bay Area and he is with Iguodala, then mind your own business.
In fact, you should leave Curry alone even if he isn't with the 2015 Finals MVP. But as Iguodala explained, that just isn't the reality.
"People will be waiting outside the gate or in the parking lot of a golf course," the 35-year old told The Athletic. "It's like, how did you even know we were here? People sitting around waiting to see what car we leave in. They're at the hotel. They'll get there early in the morning to see where we're at. They'll follow you."
Don't be that guy...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller