Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was once again named as the player of the game in their win against the Houston Rockets. However, Curry didn't get to do the postgame interviews this time around as he brought in Aaron “Showtime” Taylor, who served as the Warriors' guest PA man on Saturday night.

It was a touching moment:

After the interview, Curry and his teammate in Kent Bazemore showered Taylor with a splash to celebrate the momentous occasion:

Taylor was discovered by the Warriors when they used to hold an annual tradition of playing hoops against the team of San Quentin, one of the oldest prisons in the United States. During the games, Taylor's voice evidently stood out as he did live play-by-play commentary, per The Athletic‘s Marcus Thompson II.

The 55-year-old was previously held behind bars for a total of 26 years after being charged with robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. He was eventually released a few months ago and is currently residing in the South Los Angeles area.

Taylor got an email from Warriors PR guru Raymond Ridder inviting him to be a guest announcer on Saturday against the Rockets at Chase Center. Without much debate, Taylor immediately agreed as he announced the team's starting lineups on Saturday night and gave a shoutout to Curry every time he drained a 3-pointer in the game.

The two-time MVP led his team with 38 points on 8-of-15 from beyond the arc to go along with eight rebounds and five assists. The Dubs cruised to a 125-109 victory against the lowly Rockets to improve to a 25-28 record.

A much-needed win was great for the Warriors, but it turned out to be a memorable commemoration for Aaron Taylor, who is continuing on his rehabilitation path and is seeking to get back on track in his life moving forward.