Watch Warriors' Steph Curry hit underhanded, one-handed half-court shot




 

At this point, any shot Steph Curry nails shouldn't come as a surprise.

Whether it's from the tunnel, way beyond the arc or falling out of bounds with Anthony Davis in his face, no shot is too difficult for the two-time MVP. His latest trick might look impossible, but it's just another stroll in the park for Steph.

Curry swished an underhanded half-court shot, needing only one hand Monday at the Warriors Basketball Camp.

The kids went wild. Curry, well ... he's used to this.

[RELATED: Steph reflects on KD's Warriors tenure, choice to join Nets]

By now, it's safe to say the Warriors star point guard is basketball's greatest shooter of all time. Curry holds the record for most 3-pointers in a single season, making 402 in the 2015-16 campaign. He's already third all-time with 2,483 career 3s, just 77 behind Reggie Miller for second place.

With a ball in his hands and a hoop in sight, anything is possible for Steph Curry.

Watch Warriors' Steph Curry hit underhanded, one-handed half-court shot originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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