Steph Curry was scintillating Monday night in the Warriors' impressive win over the Denver Nuggets.
The only unanimous MVP in NBA history racked up 53 points (14-for-24 from the field, 10-for-18 on 3s, 15-for-16 on free throws) in less than 36 minutes.
Draymond Green's mother, Mary Babers-Green, offered some thoughts Tuesday morning on Steph's performance.
Babers-Green, of course, is referring to Facundo Campazzo, who played very physical with Steph and was a pest all game.
The truth is that Campazzo was the one Nuggets player who actually did a solid job against the three-time NBA champion, as he forced Steph into multiple turnovers.
But he did foul the Warriors' superstar a couple times, and fell victim to Steph midway through the third quarter:
The above shot also resulted in some trash-talk from Golden State's all-time leading scorer.
Make sure you mark April 23 on your calendar because that's when Campazzo and the Nuggets will be back at Chase Center to take on Steph and the Warriors again.