Watch Warriors star Stephen Curry score an incredible full-court shot from the opposite tunnel during warmups before Golden State's game against the Clippers.

Written by Terrell Pfister for Dailymail.Com

04:54 February 15, 2024, updated 06:20 February 15, 2024

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry took his shooting game from the tunnel during pregame warmups to a new level ahead of their 130-125 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night.

Curry became known for hitting jump shots from the entrance tunnels or the first few rows of the stands during warmups.

But before playing with the Clippers, he shot the ball from the opposite tunnel, sent it towards the other end of the court and through the net.

The three-point scorer began casually making his way to the walkway between the tunnel and the court as if he were going to return to the locker room before stopping and turning around.

He then shot towards the far basket and needed only a short burst before launching the ball into the air.

After watching the shot curve in the air, Curry raised his arms to the sky before starting to dance as the crowd went wild.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry hit a shot from the other end of the court
Curry celebrated by raising his arms and then dancing
Curry was preparing for the Warriors' game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday

Curry is also scheduled to showcase his shooting skills during a one-on-one three-point play against New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu.

Ionescu had originally challenged Curry six months earlier after winning the WNBA 3-Point Contest.

The 35-year-old Curry has previously accepted the challenge and it looks like the fight will finally happen when the NBA All-Star Weekend team takes over in Indianapolis.

So far this season, Curry is averaging 28 points, 4.4 rebounds and 4.9 assists for the Warriors, who entered the night with a 26-25 record.

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Last season, Ionescu averaged 17 points, 5.6 rebounds and 5.4 assists for the Liberty.

Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry
New York Liberty goalkeeper Sabrina Ionescu

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