Twenty nine years ago, a bouncing baby boy was welcomed into the world. He was christened Wardell Stephen Curry II.
Steph—as most basketball fans fondly call him—grew up to be one of, if not the greatest shooter to ever set foot on the court as a member of the Golden State Warriros.
After an NBA championship (2015), back-to-back Most Valuable Player trophies, multiple All-Star inclusions, and several other accolades, he continues to wreak havoc in the league, despite sharing alpha dog duties with new teammate Kevin Durant.
He may have regressed this season (by his standards at least), but Curry is still undeniably in the upper echelon of the NBA's best players. So it is only fitting to commemorate his birthday with a video montage of Stephen Curry plays that are too good to be true.
Don't let that underwhelming performance during the stretch run of the 2016 NBA Finals distract you from the fact that Steph is one of the most dangerous shooters in the clutch.
Basically, he turns the court into his own playground with how creative he executes each dish and finish—always in videogame mode.
One of the Chef's specialties: those sweet and spicy ball-handling skills that elevated his status as the game's ultimate showman.
At the end of the day, though, it all comes down to his crazy long-distance dialing, which is unlike anything basketball has ever seen before.
Have a blast, Steph!