Watch Harlem Globetrotters try to mimic Stephen Curry's dribbling routine
Stephen Curry's pre-game shooting routine has risen to prominence this season, with fans coming to games hours before tip-off just to get a glimpse of the greatest shooter in the world.
While Curry's shooting is remarkable and arguably revolutionary, it's his pre-game ball-handling moves that've probably been more impressive. Anyone can get lucky and make a shot 50 feet from a basket; not many people can dribble two basketballs back and forth between their hands.
Before the Golden State Warriors thwarted the Los Angeles Lakers 116-98 on Thursday night, Curry went through his usual dribbling drills with a larger audience than usual.
The Harlem Globetrotters were in town and wanted to see The Curry Show up close, even trying to mimic Curry's ball-handling, but to no avail:
The fact that the Globetrotters, who specialize in ball-handling and on-court trickery, can't even keep up with Curry shows just how advanced the reigning MVP's dribbling skills are. He has Allen Iverson's ball-handling ability with Steve Nash's off-the-dribble shooting range, yet he's probably better than either one at those things.
Frankly, it's just not fair.
Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter at @jovanbuha.