Golden State Warriors guard Jordan Poole busted out his best Stephen Curry impression on Saturday, which earned the approval of two-time MVP himself.

The 20-year-old rookie beat the third-quarter buzzer “Chef Curry” style against the Orlando Magic inside the Chase Center. With 2.4 ticks left, Poole caught a pass from Omari Spellman and baited Michael Carter-Williams with a deceitful pump fake.

Poole then had the presence of mind to make sure he was past the arc with a nifty step-back. He followed it with a quick-release trigger to beat the clock and give the Warriors an 82-71 lead heading into the final frame.

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The injured Stephen Curry, who was calling the game from the sidelines, was pumped up from Poole's shot and even flashed his trademark 3-point celebration.

Eventually, the Warriors came out on top and ended their ugly nine-game slide with a 109-95 victory over the Magic.

Jordan Poole gave the Dubs a great boost with 21 points, three rebounds and two assists in 28 minutes. The Warriors improved to 10-34 in the season, though they remain at the bottom of the West standings. Meanwhile, the Magic dropped to 20-24 on the season.

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