To quote the philosopher Cam Newton, referring to touchdown dances: "If you don't want me to do it, then don't let me in."
The same goes for Steph Curry and the Atlanta Hawks. If you don't want Curry to shimmy in your face, don't let him spray three-pointers on you.
Curry has been bringing the swag for most of the past two seasons. He answers reporters' questions with confidence, and then he backs his attitude up with his play. He's been criticized as cocky, such as in Utah, but Curry refuses to change.
Besides, there's some important context for Curry's dance here. His moves are directed at Kent Bazemore, a Warriors teammate from 2012-2014.
"I was having a little fun," Curry says. "My guy, Kent Bazemore, who I got a long history with, old teammate and good friend. I locked eyes on him and gave him a little something. Just having fun."
— NBA TV (@NBATV) February 23, 2016
Curry finished with 36 points (and five three-pointers), eight assists and six rebounds in a 102-92 Warriors win. Golden State is the fastest team in NBA history to 50 wins.