OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Many fans and dozens of befuddled NBA players will swear that Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry has eyes in the back of his head.

His dazzling drives, three pointers and pin-point passes have baffled the league’s best defenders.

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But if one needed any more proof, it came during his on-court, post-game interview following Sunday’s victory over the Portland Trailblazers.

Bay Area sports fans have gotten used to Warriors stars constantly glancing over their shoulders during such on-court interviews.

Has the team been struck by mass paranoia?

No, call it Greenphobia.

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All-star forward Draymond Green has made it a habit this season of sneaking up on his teammates during the interviews and dumping cups of water on their heads.

His favorite target has been Curry.

On Sunday, as Curry was being interviewed, Green was using several departing players and fans as cover as he prepared for his latest strike.

Then suddenly Curry fired a no-look pass with a towel, hitting the water filled cup 15 feet away and soaking Green with water.

Take a look at a Vine of the no-pass towel strike.

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