Kobe Bryant's farewell tour made a three-day pit stop in Toronto this past weekend for the NBA All-Star Game.
And everybody wanted their moment with the 18-time All-Star and future Hall of Famer.
Even reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry.
Following the conclusion of the West's 196-173 rout of the East Sunday night, Curry sought out Bryant for an autograph, and TSN caught it all on camera.
During his postgame press conference, Curry was asked about how he will look back on being part of Bryant's final All-Star Game in five or 10 years.
"It'll definitely be special. The entire night was very memorable for sure, with his entrance during the starting lineups and the tribute video. Magic Johnson giving a speech about Kobe and his legacy to some highlight moments during the game where had some nice plays. Then obviously the curtain call at the end that you knew was coming, but you didn't know what part of the game. It was amazing. Kinda got goosebumps out there. Kobe means something to everybody individually as a basketball fan, including us as players, so you kinda have a lot of different thoughts about what he means to the game and how he inspired you growing up," Curry said.
But Curry wasn't the only one to get Bryant's John Hancock.
Fellow Splash Brother and 3-point contest winner Klay Thompson showed off his jersey and shoe which were signed by Bryant.