It's not a secret that Donald Trump is the number 1 enemy of the NBA community right now. The players literally threatened to stop playing amid the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement and Jacob Blake's shooting and have constantly called him out.

Donald Trump hasn't shied away from the controversies either. He's made fun of NBA players, has called them names and even incited his supporters to stop watching basketball as it had turned into a political organization.

That's why it wasn't a surprise to see Stephen Curry and other NBA stars call him out after his supporters stormed in the Capitol in Washington DC to stop the session that would announce Joe Biden as the legitimate winner of the election.

Stephen Curry, Tyrese Haliburton, And Bradley Beal Roast Donald Trump With His Own Tweet

“Anarchists, Agitators or Protestors who vandalize or damage our Federal Courthouse in Portland, or any Federal Buildings in any of our Cities or States, will be prosecuted under our recently re-enacted Statues & Monuments Act. MINIMUM TEN YEARS IN PRISON. Don’t do it!” read a Tweet by Donald Trump from last July during the BLM protests.

“There is literally a tweet for everything. Cat got your tongue today huh?" Stephen Curry replied, while Bradley Beal simply pointed at the tweet, and Sacramento Kings rookie Tyrese Haliburton added "Keep that same energy you clown".

NBA Players React To Trump Supporters Storming The Capitol

Needless to say, they weren't the only members of the NBA community to stand out against Donald Trump and his supporters in the wake of the events, as others like Dwyane Wade, Kevin Love, Jamal Crawford, Nick Young, and multiple others also voiced their thoughts on how they would deal with that situation if the protesters were a part of the BLM movement.

NBA players and Donald Trump aren't ever going to get along and, sadly, we can expect that this back-and-forth will go on for years, as he's not going to let go of his despise for these athletes either.