Stephen Curry hits five of six shots from the Atlanta Hawks half-court logo

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We've seen it from Stephen Curry before, he literally is an incredible player on the court, but just in case you haven't, here's another example of what he can do when he has a basketball in his hands.

The Golden State Warriors played against the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Prior to the game itself, the league's current MVP was warming up by taking some shots from the half-court mark. Let's just say he simply can't stop showing off his ability on the court.

As shown in the video featured on ESPN's SportsCenter Twitter account, the 27-year-old took six shots from the half-court logo and managed to sink five of them to the amazement of some of the people in attendance pregame.

Curry went on to help the Warriors win 102-92 against the Atlanta-based team, finishing with 36 points, eight assists and six rebounds. This performance included hitting five three-pointers out of a possible 11 which he attempted.

You could say, the attempts from the Hawks' half-court logo during the warm ups paid off for him when it mattered most during the contest.

Following the Warriors' game against Atlanta, Curry is 27 three-pointers away from breaking the single-season record. With the current NBA Champions having 27 games remaining left to play this season, it certainly is achievable and it shows the practice he does during the warm ups is definitely paying off.

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