Stephen Curry and President Barack Obama are our new #FriendshipGoals!
The NBA pro and POTUS recently teamed up for a new Mentor.Gov PSA, which focuses on the importance of mentoring and making an impact, and their collaboration may be the best one we've ever seen.
In the video -- which premiered on ABC's NBA countdown and was also posted to The White House's official Facebook page -- Curry sits at a desk and listens to Obama as he goes over edits made to his resume.
"You don't need this little clip art here," Obama says, pointing to the two basketballs by Curry's name.
"Incredible dancer?" he continues. "I don't think people are going to believe you."
The two then challenge each other to a game of Connect Four, followed by a lesson in foul-shooting taught by Obama himself.
Watch the full clip below.
Following the video's debut, the official Instagram page of the NBA shared some behind-the-scenes pics of Obama and Curry in action.
Just three days ago, Curry helped lead the Golden State Warriors to their 73rd regular season victory, which broke the record previously held by the Chicago Bulls. Obama was quick to react to the big win, writing, "Congrats to the @Warriors, a great group of guys on and off the court. If somebody had to break the Bulls' record, I'm glad it's them."
Congrats to the @Warriors, a great group of guys on and off the court. If somebody had to break the Bulls' record, I'm glad it's them.— President Obama (@POTUS) April 14, 2016
And even though Obama jokingly called out Curry for his unimpressive dance moves, there's one person in the basketball player's family who definitely knows how to break it down -- his 3-year-old daughter, Riley!
Watch the video below to see her adorably school her daddy and fellow NBA star Jeremy Lin on how to "Nae Nae."