Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been making the most of his new contacts and the 20/20 vision that comes with it, dropping a honey-dipped left-handed behind-the-back dime to Kevin Durant, catching him in stride through the length of the court for the easy flush.

The Golden State Warriors star only needed a split-second glance at Durant to know he could thread the needle with an exquisite delivery, getting his teammate right in the bread basket for the inevitable slam.

Yet Durant doesn't think that's one of Chef Curry's greatest hits.

“That’s not the first time he’s thrown a lefty behind the back,” said Durant, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic. “He’s had some better passes than that one. That was a great pass, a good look, but that’s normal for him.”

So which one is he referring to?

“We played the Lakers in preseason the first year I got here, he did the same thing, the same type of pass and I hit Klay (Thompson) for a three,” said Durant. “He did that two times in a row. I remember that game. But he’s got some passes he goes left hand from the other side of the court to the corner. He’s a phenomenal passer with his left hand.”

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Stephen Curry wasn't very impressed with it himself, noting the devil is in the details.

“Honestly, I thought it was pretty easy,” said Curry. “The cool part is he caught it in stride.”

As far as memorable, his high bounce-to-the-oop pass to Giannis Antetokounmpo in the All-Star Game has to compete for the honors, right?

Not for Curry.

“Tough to say the best pass of your career was in an All-Star Game,” he said.

Nevertheless, the Warriors have been playing with unbridled joy the past few games, a sign they're tuning back into the well-oiled machine they're accustomed to being as they head to the playoffs.