An NBA impersonator showed how Stephen Curry's off-ball movement is like in a hilarious clip. The video reached Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and he shared some interesting details about it.

Via Twitter, Kerr said that they refer to the play as ‘fist side.' It pretty much involves Curry constantly moving around the floor. And the defender, who has no choice but to respect his 3-point shooting ability, has to tail him wherever he goes. Because in the event that you take your eyes off him, he'll likely swish the net from downtown.

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Below is the original clip by NBA impersonator maxisnicee. It's exaggerated, of course. But if you look at how Curry moves without the ball, you'll simply be amazed by his stamina and how the Warriors set screens for him. Perhaps you'll also be in awe that defenders sometimes forget about him and leave him wide open for three.

This is a good reason why Curry is regarded as the greatest shooter of all time. He works hard to get open for every shot. If he doesn't get free the first time, then he'll try and try again. It also helps that the Warriors' offensive system is fit to his style. His teammates know that sooner or later, Curry will break free from his defender. And all he needs is a good pass and a glimpse of the ring to swish that net.