Chris Paul and James Harden were once teammates on the Houston Rockets' roster. Paul has since been dealt to the Oklahoma City Thunder, while Harden remained with the Rockets, pairing up with Russell Westbrook.

Paul's exit from Houston was surrounded by controversy. Multiple reports indicated a fallout between the two stars at the end of the 2018-19 season — a season that ended with Houston falling to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference semifinals and Paul reportedly requesting a trade.

“I wish them nothing but the best, and like I said, people always try to tell your story and tell your truth,” Paul said shortly after his departure from the Rockets, via “I have to be who I am and continue to do that and I think everything else will take care of itself.”

Whatever feud that existed between Paul and Harden seems to have died off a bit. As part of a recent interview with Anthony Duckett of Space City Scoop, CP3 noted that he and Westbrook aren't in communication, but things are “all good and well.”

“We don't talk or communicate but it's all good and well,” Paul said of his relationship with Harden. “I wish him the best. Sometimes you have teammates for a period of time and that's ok. We wish each other well going forward, it doesn't mean you have to be kumbayah and it doesn't mean you have to be enemies.”

In a strange twist of fate, the Rockets and Thunder are slated to face one another in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. However, Westbrook is currently sidelined due to a strained right quadriceps. It's not clear when he'll be deemed healthy enough to play. Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni said Monday that he hoped to have a better idea by Tuesday when Russell would be ready to return.

Game 1 is set to tip inside Disney's Wide World of Sports complex on Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. ET, with TNT having live broadcast coverage.

Let's see if the feud between Harden and Paul is dead or alive.