Midway through the third quarter on Tuesday night, the Warriors led 79-75.
The shot clock was winding down and Steph Curry let a deep two go right in front of the New Orleans bench.
Curry reached his hand out towards Pelicans assistant Darren Erman, who obliged and gave Curry a high five.
During a film session on Wednesday morning, the Pelicans singled out that play.
"We gave him a little hell about it," Anthony Davis told ESPN's Justin Verrier.
Erman was a Warriors assistant coach from 2010 to 2014.
Curry was asked about the high five following the win.
"I know him very well," Curry explained. "He was telling I think Jrue (Holiday) while I'm shooting, he's yelling out, 'If he makes it it's a good shot, if he makes it it's a good shot.' Trying to encourage their defense, so I wanted a little praise for that good shot I made.
"And he gave it to me. He was a good sport."