Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry had an eventful summer traveling Asia, playing golf with Barack Obama and dancing with Riley. On Monday, Stephen Curry played basketball again. And he was beautiful.

One preseason game in, and Curry already has a top contender for his 2015-16 highlight reel.

Yes, that is the reigning MVP and NBA champion, going behind-the-back in transition before setting up for a three-pointer. While the shot is in the air, Curry sets up to high-five NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala, who is on the bench.

With Curry, this move comes out as confident, not arrogant, similar to Larry Bird in the Three-Point Shootout at the 1988 NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago. Bird, who didn't bother taking off his warmup jacket, needed to make his last shot to win. He started to signal he was No. 1 while the ball was still in the air:

By the way, that is a Canadian highlight guy going bonkers as Curry embarrasses the Raptors.

The Warriors won 95-87, but for some reason, Curry fouled out in the third quarter. The hockey rink setting–the game was played at the SAP Center, home of the San Jose Sharks–must have confused him.

The Warriors are back in action Thursday night at the Trail Blazers.

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