EXCLUSIVE: Steph Curry Helps 'The View' Surprise a Veteran Fan With Handicap-Accessible Home -- Watch!

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Steph Curry gave one fan the surprise of a lifetime!

The Golden State Warriors star helped The View's Whoopi Goldberg and Sarah Haynes unveil a brand new house for disabled veteran Tim Birckhead -- and ET was there to capture the whole thing.

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teamed up with Homes for Our Troops to build the vet, his mom, and his 12-year-old daughter a handicap-accessible home. To top it all off, Birckhead is a huge Steph Curry fan, and found the basketball player roaming around his man cave!

"I was about to faint," Birckhead told ET's Nischelle Turner. "Unbelievable. I was starstruck, to say the least."

"I always wanted to meet him. It's unbelievable that I met him today," he added. "I told him I wanted him to win another championship for the Warriors."

Curry left his championship ring at home for the big surprise, but said next time, he'll be more prepared.

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"I didn't bring the ring this time, but I'll have to hopefully bring it next time, you know, when I get the second one," he explained. "I'll make sure he sees it."

Curry has his hands full at home with wife Ayesha and daughters Riley, 5, and Ryan, 2. See more in the video below.

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