Steph Curry is on another level. There isn't a basketball player in the world who can defend against Curry and the Golden State Warriors when they are draining long-range three point shots like this with such unnerving accuracy.
Last year's NBA champions are currently 53-5 in the regular season and are close to breaking the Chicago Bulls' all-time win record of 72-10. The main reason for that is the play of Curry, last year's MVP and the man who has usurped Lebron James as the NBA's best player.
Curry was a solid player for years but had a breakout year last season and has continued to improve. In last night's overtime victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, he broke the record for most three point shots in a season.
There are still 24 games remaining.
And just take a look at the game-winning shot that Curry hit last night. It is no surprise that he is the best long-range shooter of all time.
There doesn't look to be a team in the league that can live with the Warriors at the moment. They beat the team with the third best record last night and have already routed the San Antonio Spurs - who have quietly put together a stellar 50-9 record themselves - and their chief rivals in the east, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
If the Warriors can break Bulls' win record and retain the NBA title then they have to be talked about as possibly being the greatest team ever.