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Stephen Curry produces brilliant behind the back move in training

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Stephen Curry's health was a huge concern for the Golden State Warriors during the 2016 playoffs. He suffered from injuries to his knee and shoulder during the playoffs and was not at his best during the finals.

His performances were a huge part of the reason they came unstuck against the Cleveland Cavaliers and the back-to-back Most Valuable Player will have to be back at his best for the franchise to regain their crown.

After opting out of representing the United States of America at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the 28-year-old has had a full summer to prepare and told the media he was back at full fitness ahead of the new campaign.

He showed he recaptured some of that rhythm in a video that made its way onto the Warriors' Twitter page.

Going one-on-one in Golden State's practice gym, Curry produced a behind-the-back move that left the defender completely useless and gave him an open look at the basket - something he very rarely passes up.

He wasn't the only player looking good; Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson gave a glimpse of what fans can expect in the upcoming campaign as they unleashed pinpoint shots from behind the arc.

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