Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry held the NBA's best career free-throw percentage at one point during Monday night's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Curry continued his efficient ways in all aspects of the game with 38 points on 12 of 23 from the field and 7 of 14 from 3-point range in the 116-108 win over Minnesota, but it was his performance from the charity stripe that may be most notable.

He hit all seven of his free throw attempts, which helped him top the all-time accuracy list in the NBA, according to Albert Nahmad.

It's no surprise to see Curry continue to be dialed in at the line, as his shooting strengths have been on full display ever since his college days at Davidson.

He's undoubtedly one of the best shooters to ever play the game, and his ability to produce high percentages in so many different shooting categories is extremely impressive.

Monday's performance was yet another example of that, with the Warriors picking up another quality win in the early stages of the new campaign.

Golden State now sits at 19-9 overall on the season after earning its fourth straight win, and it's clear that Steve Kerr's group is starting to find a rhythm after losing back-to-back games to Toronto and Detroit.

And with DeMarcus Cousins seemingly getting ready to return in the near future, that will only make this team even tougher to handle.

The Warriors will be back in action on Wednesday as they'll try to get revenge on the Raptors at Oracle Arena.