Steph Curry's brilliance has lit up the NBA this season, thrusting the star guard back into the national spotlight after being limited to just five games in the 2019-20 campaign.
There have been no shortage of legendary moments provided by Curry this season, and it wasn't easy to cut it down to just 10 plays.
Without further ado, here are the 10 best plays from Steph's magnificent 2020-21 season, which all can be seen in the video above.
No. 10: Limitless range
The architect of the logo shot, Curry paved the way for players like Damian Lillard and Trae Young to be pulling up from well beyond the 3-point line.
As you can see in the first two shots from our countdown, Steph isn't afraid to let it fly from anywhere in the frontcourt.
No. 9: In the blender
Whether it was Chris Paul or Rudy Gobert, Steph's ballhandling has the ability to bring defenders off their feet.
Matthew Dellavedova and Eric Bledsoe just happened to be the most recent victims of a Steph crossover.
No. 8: Brotherly Love
Amid a red-hot month of April, Steph got the best of his younger brother in Philadelphia, putting up 49 points and leading the Warriors to a crucial road win against the top team in the Eastern Conference.
The two were evenly matched through the first half, before Steph outscored his younger sibling 29-0 in the final two quarters.
No. 7: "You can't guard me."
Denver Nuggets guard Facundo Campazzo was all over Steph when the teams met in mid-April, prompting Steph to yell "you can't guard me" at the 30-year-old.
When they faced off again at Chase Center on April 23, Steph nailed a stepback 3-pointer and emphatically beat his chest after falling to the ground.
No. 6: Over the backboard
One of the most creative offensive players in the NBA, Steph found a way to flip this layup attempt over the backboard against the Portland Trail Blazers.
This won't be the last highlight coming against Damian Lillard and the Blazers.
No. 5: Southpaw
Even with 6-foot-8 defender Jayson Tatum all over him, Steph decided just to flick this ball up with his left hand, and still managed to connect.
It was one of 11 3-pointers Curry knocked down on the way to 47 points in Boston.
No. 4: No-look layup
Steph wanted to dish it out to one of his teammates during a February game in San Antonio, but seeing no good options available, chose to simply throw it up while his back was completely turned from the basket.
When you're playing as well as Steph has this season, sometimes you don't even need to see the backboard to score.
No. 3: Why so serious?
Running up against the Western Conference's top seed, Steph staved off a late rally with this 3-pointer against the Utah Jazz in the final week of the season.
He couldn't help but crack a perfect smile after taking down the team with the NBA's best record.
No. 2: Passing Wilt
Steph etched his name into Warriors franchise history on April 23, surpassing Wilt Chamberlain and becoming the organization's all-time leading scorer.
In a fitting tribute, Curry blew a kiss to the sky in honor of the late Chamberlain.
No. 1: He's back
As questions about his legacy grew louder through the first few games of the season, Curry quickly silenced the doubters with an absurd 62-point performance against Lillard and the Trail Blazers.
That was the start of what has been among the best individual seasons of Steph's legendary NBA career.