The starting lineups for the 2016 NBA All-Star Game were announced on Thursday, and while one Warriors star made the cut, the other was barely edged out.
Stephen Curry, who received the second-most votes of any player behind Kobe Bryant, will be making his third-straight start for the Western Conference alongside Bryant, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard.
Draymond Green, who finished fifth among frontcourt players in the West, will now have to make the team as a reserve.
Naturally, the most compelling comments in regards to the All-Star starter results came from Green and Curry themselves.
Steph took the diplomatic route, thanking his fans for the support while confidently predicting "more good news" for Green and Klay Thompson next week (when All-Star backups are announced).
Draymond seemed to be in pretty good spirits after the snub, making light of his mother's animated reaction to the news.