Stephen Curry and the unexpected reunion with former teammates at a star-studded dinner party: “I don’t think it’s…

Stephen Curry attended former Golden State Warriors teammate Kevin Durant’s star-studded dinner party on Sunday.

The Brooklyn Nets player and his longtime manager, Rich Kleiman, hosted a Boardroom holiday dinner at The Nines in New York City where Curry showed face, an insider exclusively reveals to Page Six.

“Both Kevin and Steph embraced and got to chat and catch up,” the source says, adding, “They were very happy seeing each other and had some quiet alone time too.”

Other notable guests included Gayle King, Jeff Zucker, Fabulous, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Victor Cruz, CC Sabathia and Richie Akiva.

We’re told Kleiman gave a speech and toasted with Cincoro tequila as he celebrated “connectivity and bringing people together.”

We also hear that Sabathia and Justin Tuck were “deep in conversation about business” while Durant and Cruz chatted about the New York Giants.

Attendees enjoyed specialty cocktails, wine and delicious dishes, such as hamachi crudo, tuna tartare, endive salad, gnudi, roasted maitake, burgers and chocolate mousse.

Several other stars attended the soirée.Jocko Graves

Rich Kleiman, CC Sabathia, Shawn "Pecas" Costner, and Molly Querim, Victor Cruz.Several other stars attended the soirée.Jocko Graves

Durant’s reunion with Curry, 34, comes after rumors swirled over the summer that the Nets power forward could be making his return to the Warriors.

If the switch was to happen, Curry said he would be excited to reunite with Durant, also 34, on the court.

“If you said, ‘Oh, KD’s coming back, and we’re gonna play with him,’ I had so much fun playing with him those three years, I’d be like, ‘Hell, yeah!’” Curry told Rolling Stone in September. “Then you have to think: What does that actually mean? What does it look like?

Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant in 2019.

“You tell me I’m playing with [current Warriors teammates Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, and Draymond Green], I’m like, ‘Hell, yeah!’ There’s all types of emotion and things that happen to the league.”

He continued, “If anybody’s saying that you wouldn’t entertain that conversation — no disrespect to anybody on our team — but you don’t know how things work.

But you also understand, like, if we run this thing back, I’ve got complete confidence in my team that we can win it again, as constructed.”

Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry in 2021.

Durant previously won back-to-back titles while playing with the Warriors before abruptly leaving for the Nets in 2019.

He then made headlines during this offseason after requesting a trade, having retirement rumors buzzing around and reportedly asking for Nets owner Joe Tsai to fire Brooklyn’s brass.

Durant and Curry will face off against each other when the Nets play the Warriors at Barclays Center on Wednesday.

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