He shot 11-of-15 from deep, and 15-of-24 overall while jerking John Wall and company all over the court with pump fakes, dribble dekes, and step-backs they'll be seeing in their nightmares for the foreseeable future. In Oracle Arena's last season for this Warriors team before they move over to the snobby side of the Bay, the night felt reminiscent of Steph's unanimous MVP season in 2016.
However, despite a fusillade of shots from wayyyy downtown, including one from the dang right hash mark, Curry's most inexplicable shot of the night likely came in warmups.
That shot is part of his pregame routine, where he jumps on one foot and then the other, but the shot usually doesn't bounce in like that. Peep how soon Steph started celebrating; He knew. Then, he went out and dropped 23 points (5-for-6 from deep) on the Wiz in the first quarter alone before going supernova again in the third to cap the night off.
Before you watch him go nuclear in the video below, just know that Curry hit another shot that's nearly as ridiculous as the one he hit in pregame, and this one didn't count either—coming after the whistle.
We could go on and on about his game, but we're tired (iconic West Coast games are killer). Just know that Wizards wing Kelly Oubre had the perfect reaction to sum up what it's like to defend Steph on night's where he's in the zone.
Coach Steve Kerr explained the inanity of coaching a living inferno, where 40-footers are considered "a good shot."
Just watch, and remember his two best shots of the night didn't even count.