The 2015-16 Golden State Warriors are 52-5, staking claim to the best record in NBA history through 57 games.
But there are still plenty of doubters, including Oscar Robertson, Stephen Jackson and Cedric Ceballos -- all of whom were vocal this week.
Andrew Bogut took to Twitter on Friday to make light of the recent naysaying.
"My under 14 team in Melbourne Australia would have beat these @warriors 109-99," Bogut wrote. "Fat Jimmy would have locked down @StephenCurry30 !!!!"
It didn't take long for Curry to respond, calling out "Fat Jimmy".
"Cmon man! Call fat jimmy up & tell him im looking for him," Curry wrote back.
Shortly thereafter, Draymond Green also responded to Bogut: "Tell Big Jimmy you and I have illegal screens for days to allow Steph to get his shot off!"
NBA great Robertson on Thursday said that Curry is shooting so well because "coaches do not understand the game of basketball as far as I'm concerned."
Former Warriors guard/forward Jackson on Thursday said "my Warriors team would beat today's Warriors team."
Ten-year NBA veteran Ceballos on Friday said that the 1993-94 Suns would easily beat the Warriors in a seven-game series.
Former Warriors big man Jermaine O'Neal, however, came to his former teammates' defense on Friday, saying it's "absolutely crazy" to discredit what Curry and the team is doing.
Cmon man! Call fat jimmy up & tell him im looking for him https://t.co/tKKkjP16J2— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) February 26, 2016
Tell Big Jimmy you and I have illegal screens for days to allow Steph to get his shot off! https://t.co/Q9lc0IMk3a— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) February 26, 2016