The Golden State Warriors start training camp next week, which means Stephen Curry still has time to hit the media circuit.
On Monday night, the 2015 NBA MVP was a guest on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
Topics discussed: the size of his posse, him being the "Uber" of professional basketball, NBA2K16, the bet he has with his mom regarding turnovers, his Nothing But Nets campaign, losing to a 12-year old girl in China and losing to President Obama in golf.
Near the end of the conversation, Colbert brought up a sensitive subject.
"I'm glad you're here, I'm very grateful that you're here, but I do have a beef with you," Colbert explained. "And that is you're Stephen, and I'm Stephen (Steven), but we spell our names the same way -- S-T-E-P-H-E-N, the only way to spell it -- and the problem is that when you type "Stephen" into Google search, the No. 1 answer is not me (laughter and cheering ensues). The No. 1 answer is you (more laughter).
"It used to go you, Stephen Hawking and then me. I was sucking his exhaust for years, but now I've bumped up to No. 2 and I need us to settle who is the Stephens of Stephens (Stevens) here..."
So how did they determine who is No. 1?
"I want us to imagine that we are roommates in college," Colbert said. "And we both got laundry bags. Here's the deal: Our moms are coming to visit and we gotta get our dirty laundry off the floor and into the hamper down there. Thirty seconds on the clock and we'll settle to see who should be No. 1 on Google search."
Spoiler alert: Nobody wins... (video above)