Over the weekend, a number of athletes, musicians and actors competed at the annual American Century Championship — a three-day celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nevada — where former MLB pitcher Mark Mulder defended his title by winning the $125,000 prize money. However, while they each left with what they came with, Stephen Curry, Alfonso Ribeiro and Justin Timberlake ended being the stars of the show, which shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone.
The trio teamed up together on Saturday and wasted no time giving the crowd exactly what they wanted by performing the Carlton together before teeing off. They also broke out Currys favorite dance, "BBQ and Foot Massage," before leaving the green much to the delight of every Warriors fan.
Then, at some point along the way, Timberlake and Curry took a quick break to play basketball and football with an assist from the crowd. Curry did his best Dikembe Mutombo impression, too, by swatting one of Timberlake's shot attempts and giving him the finger wag in return.
Bob Myers fell off his couch when Steph made this play. https://t.co/szVAfXKbhY— Guy Haberman (@GuyHaberman) July 24, 2016
Curry even poked fun at his outburst in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, when he earned a $25,000 fine for throwing his mouthguard at a fan sitting courtside. Only this time, he picked up a mouthguard from his caddy and launched it at an unsuspecting fan in the stands who managed to duck at juuuuust the right time.
When it was all said and done, Timberlake finished 21st in the standings and Curry tied Blair O'Neal and Bret Saberhagen for 27th. Ribeiro took home bragging rights by working his way into the top-13.