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The Story Behind Steph Curry's 'BBQ and Foot Massage' Pre-Game Ritual Dance


(ABC) -- What is Steph Curry’s secret to his success? Perhaps it’s his wacky pre-game ritual dance with the Golden State security guards.

Take a look as the Warriors point guard mimics this hilarious “BBQ & Foot Massage” spoof commercial created by comedian Robert L. Hines with the Chicago sketch comedy group Big Dog Eat Child.

Curry recreates the viral video, which was originally posted in 2009 and has more than 5 million views, with his security guards before every game.

"If I miss a beat I get a little nervous and have to go back and re-do my steps,” Curry told ABC News of the routine. “It kinda gets me in game mode so I kinda enjoy it."

Hines had a special message for Curry about inspiring his epic must-do pre-game dance.

“So how do I feel about Steph Curry singing and dancing to Jones’ 'BBQ & Foot Massage' before every game and this being viewed on ‘Good Morning America?’” the comedian questioned. “You’re welcome, Steph.”

The Golden State Warriors take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in game three of the NBA Finals starting at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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