Saturday January 23rd, 2016

The kid who figured out Stephen Curry’s dribbling routine got to learn from the master.

Noah Cutler, 11, rose to fame recently for his ballhandling skills and impeccable rendition of his idol’s pregame warmup.

If you did not see this or don’t know what we’re referring to see below.

WATCH: Curry hits half-court buzzer beater, sets NBA record

Random note: I know this kid is 11 but if his handle is “babybirdman3” shouldn’t he post videos of himself getting tattoos and rebounding instead? He does have a cool Mohawk though.

 

Lord knows I work hard at this game. Trying to Copying @stephencurry30 tag @stephencurry30 #ballislife #basketball #bball #striveforgreatness #aip #ballup #instaball #basketballneverstops #ysn #handlelife #nodaysoff #handles #aaubasketball #hoopmixtape #instaballer #stephcurry #nikebasketball #youthbasketball #super_athletes #curry #gothandles #ballonastring #handlelife #warriors #ballin #shiftteam #thankGod #pointguard #sctop10 #Filthiestcrossovers

A video posted by Noah (baby birdman) Cutler (@babybirdman3) on

Anyway, Curry had Noah out to see him and test out his handle courtside.

Pretty cool.

 

After the game @stephencurry30 came back and talked to me. Told me to keep up the hard work. He gave me his game shoes and signed them for me. #blessed #thankGod #curryhandles #stephcurry #warriors

A photo posted by Noah (baby birdman) Cutler (@babybirdman3) on

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