Video: Stephen Curry Seemingly Heard About Nipsey Hussle's Death From Kevin Durant Before Hornets Game

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Stephen Curry, #30 of the Golden State Warriors grabs his jersey against the Charlotte Hornets during their game at Spectrum Center on February 25 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Stephen Curry may have heard about rapper Nipsey Hussle's death on the court before the Sunday Warriors vs. Hornets game, a new video shows. The clip, which was shared on Twitter by Complex Sports, shows Curry in serious conversation with teammate Kevin Durant during warm-ups.

Curry and Durant's exchange resulted in Curry putting his hands on his head. There is no audio to the conversation, and the contents of the conversation are unconfirmed. Curry did not immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment on the exchange or when he was told of Hussle's death.

After the game, Curry expressed his sadness at Hussle's passing. "That was tough. Obviously surprised a lot of people," Curry told TMZ after the game.

"I got to know him last year and had a great conversation about who he was as a person, what he stood for, what his message was, how he tried to inspire people considering where he grew up and how he turned that into something extremely powerful, represented an entire city."

Curry also asked for prayers for those close to the rapper. "Definitely a sad, sad, tragic event. Send prayers to his family, his community, to Lauren London. Hopefully they stay strong through this—it's tough," he said. "You know, senseless crimes that don't need to happen, especially with a guy who was doing what he was doing."

Hussle was killed during a shooting at his Los Angeles clothing store. It's unclear if the shooting was preplanned. The rapper and three victims were taken to the hospital after the shooting. According to police, one of the three was pronounced dead, CNN reported.

The rapper was a "devout member of the Rolling Sixty Crips," a Los Angeles street gang, his Facebook read. Hussle's last Twitter post commented on his enemies. "Having strong enemies is a blessing," he tweeted the day of his death.

Curry is not the only NBA player to mourn the rapper's passing; LeBron James expressed his sorrow on Instagram. "Just spoke with you the other day on text bro! Telling you how proud I was of you and how I was gone get you to more Laker games next season," he wrote on Instagram Sunday. "Been A Stand Up dude from Day 1. May you rest in PARADISE Young King‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️ This One Hurts Big Time!"