If you're a hoops fan with a pulse, you know about Stephen Curry's unreal shooting range, as arguably the greatest marksman the NBA has ever seen.
And the league's reigning MVP takes being called a "Splash Brother" quite literally, this time with his penchant for throwing no-look passes.
With Golden State Warriors teammate Draymond Green making it a tradition of sneaking up behind Curry and dousing him with water during his post-game interviews this season, the MVP was more than prepared Sunday night to respond.
Following the Warriors' home win over the Portland Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Curry must have anticipated Green's antics.
That's because, while being interviewed, Curry tossed a towel behind his back, knocking a cup of water right out of Green's hands.
Peep how Green repeatedly got Curry this season, before one-half of the Splash Brothers turned the tables on him.
Curry was even in awe of his own aim, as the towel literally knocks the cup of water out of Green's hands. The look on Draymond's face is priceless.
We knew Steph had crazy court vision. Now, we know he has some serious off-the-court vision, too.
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