Hazing happens in all walks of life, including the NBA.
Before Steph Curry became a two-time NBA MVP and three-time NBA champion, he was a rookie.
While in Lake Tahoe for the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament last week, he revealed the following story to Chris Simms of NBC Sports on "Unbuttoned":
"I had a vet when I was a rookie -- I had my phone, mind you I'm dating my now wife at the time and I'm going on a road trip so I need my phone obviously -- we had finished practice and we were headed to the airport, and he knew where my phone was.
"He knew I always put it in this little pocket in my backpack. So after practice, I go get in the shower and put my phone in there. I'm kind of late so I'm hustling. He knows after I get out the shower I'm probably not gonna grab my phone.
"Take my phone, locks it in his locker. I get all the way to the airport and realize I don't have my phone. I get off the plane in Oklahoma City, not only did he make me leave my phone at home so I had to go to the store to get another one, he sent me on basically a two-hour errand run to go get video games and snacks.
"This is before Uber or Lyft so I'm in the yellow cab and paying for everything. That's just a headache."
Who was the veteran -- Anthony Tolliver, Corey Maggette, Ronny Turiaf, Mikki Moore or Vladimir Radmanovic? Perhaps it was Devean George?
Unfortunately, Curry did not disclose that information.
We also don't know if it was the Dubs' first or second game in Oklahoma City that season.
On Dec. 7, Curry registered 22 points, two assists, four steals and five turnovers in a 104-88 loss (Kevin Durant recorded 28 points, nine rebounds, four assists, three steals and six turnovers).
On Jan. 31, Curry contributed 14 points, five assists and five turnovers in a 112-104 loss (KD racked up 45 points and 11 rebounds).
That likely will remain a mystery, but what we do know is that NBA stars are just like us - pranks and all.
Steph Curry reveals wild prank Warriors vet played on him as rookie originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area