On Sunday night, Steph Curry made his acting debut.
The two-time champion and two-time MVP appeared in the Season 3 premiere of "Ballers" on HBO.
How was Curry involved?
As he and his wife Ayesha walk on the runway towards a private jet (an Under Armour jet), he had the following phone conversation with the character played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Spencer Strasmore):
Strasmore: "Steph Curry, the baby-faced assassin, what's going on brother?"
Steph Curry: "Wad up Spency-Spence, Spency-boo, what's going on? Hey, me and Ayesha got a couple days off. We're going down to The Albany in The Bahamas."
Ayesha Curry: "Hey Spence. Grab a girl, come with us."
Strasmore: "Hey, well I'll tell you right now Ayesha I'm a little light on travel companions these days."
Ayesha Curry: "Spence, don't play me. You know I saw you on your game the other night at International Smoke -- buy one get one hot wing Tuesday, or in your case hot girl Tuesday."
Steph Curry: "Ha. Gotcha. Nothing gets past my girl at that restaurant Spence."
Strasmore: "I heard that, but brother, listen, I am in timeout. It's a very sad, but true story."
Steph Curry: "Hey, well listen. We'll be in Miami for the night -- we should get together and do something."
Strasmore: "Would love to. Name the time and place."
Steph Curry: "We could even talk some business, too. You know, my Slyce digital media company."
Strasmore: "Love it. I'm beyond excited. I will see you tonight. You hit me when you touch down. Safe travels."
Steph then looks at Ayesha and says:
"You thought it was a date night. I'm trying to get you in the Mile High Club," as he points at the plane and they prepare to walk up the stairs.
A laugh and "Oh my God..."
Steph Curry could not help himself.
The two-time NBA champion is currently in China, and just before wrapping up a clinic, he couldn't pass up on the opportunity to make fun of Klay Thompson.
Enjoy the video below:
Remember a month ago when Klay was in China and failed at his attempt (or attempts) to complete a 180 degree dunk?
Of course you do.
"I had to do it. I had to do it," Curry told all of the fans in attendance.
Is that an inside joke?
"Yeah, hashtag China Klay," Curry answered.
Any last words, Mr. Curry?
"Thank you for your support. It means a lot to me that I know I have a lot of fans here ... it means so much to me, to Seth (Curry). All year long we think about you guys, so thanks very much for inviting us.
"And we're gonna have another great year."
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller