Stephen Curry just called game. The Golden State Warriors star took matters into his own hands in the closing seconds against the Houston Rockets, sinking the ice-cold dagger at the buzzer.

Check out the Warriors star drain a smooth step-back jumper to seal the victory:

Stephen Curry had 22 points on the evening, but none bigger than those two right there.

The Warriors trailed for the majority of the contest and looked lethargic after their stinging overtime loss to the Indiana Pacers the night before.

Faced with the same exact scenario, a tie game with 5.1 seconds left on the clock, Stephen Curry made sure things went differently. Golden State could've even get it to Curry for the final shot last night, but he was not to be denied twice in a row.

The Warriors certainly needed this victory much more than the Rockets did. They've spiraled of late, losing six of their last nine contests coming into Friday's game. They've fallen several games behind the top-seeded Phoenix Suns and now have the rising Memphis Grizzlies breathing down their necks for the second seed.

With Draymond Green still out and Klay Thompson sitting on the second night of a back-to-back, it was up to Stephen Curry to carry the load – and he certainly delivered.