Steph Curry's half-court game-winning shot with .6 seconds left is the stuff of basketball daydreams.

Steph Curry's half-court game-winning shot with .6 seconds left is the stuff of basketball daydreams.
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To describe what happened in adult terms, Steph Curry secured a victory for the Golden State Warriors over the Oklahoma City Thunder with a half-court missile that broke their tie with 0.6 seconds left on the clock. It was the kind of moment that's usually reserved for the fantasies of a middle-schooler who's gotten bored in class: "Tie game, the crowd is roaring" (kid makes roaring-crowd noise) "Oklahoma tries to win, no good, Steph Curry gets the rebound," (more, louder roaring-crowd noise) "Four seconds, can he do it? Three, two, I guess it's over-OHMYGODFROMDOWNTOWN."

Not only is Curry almost definitely going to be this year's MVP, his twinkle-toed celebration is pretty charming as well—although not as charming as this kid who approached Steph at a game to ask if Steph's daughter would be his Valentine.

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