James Harden, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook will all be teammates once again when the All-Star Game tips off in New Orleans on Sunday. The three former Oklahoma City Thunder teammates were part of one of the most-talented non-championship teams in recent NBA history from 2010-12.

Now, they rejoin one another with two of them in the midst of a major feud.

Once considered close friends, Westbrook and Durant have not spoken off the court since the latter decided to leave Oklahoma City for the conference-rival Golden State Warriors this past July.

Having played one another this past weekend, it’s rather clear that Russ and Durant simply are not in a good place.

For his part, Harden — now a member of the Houston Rockets and a true MVP candidate, really doesn’t know what is happening here.

“I don’t understand what is going on. I don’t understand,” Harden said, via ESPN. “Obviously, they feel some type of way. It’s part of the game. Part of a guy going to a new team.”

Durant signed with Golden State mere months after the Warriors overcame a 3-1 series deficit against Oklahoma City in the Western Conference Finals. That surely plays a role in what is happening here.