Editor's note: The above video is of Curry at Warriors practice on Nov. 4.
With Steph Curry's popularity at an all-time high, the Warriors are reportedly considering a big change at Oracle Arena.
Golden State might open Oracle's doors a full half-hour earlier so fans can catch all of Curry's pregame warm-up, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Steph's routine would also be featured on the arena's HD scoreboard.
For years, the Warriors have let fans in 90 minutes before tip-off -- midway through Curry's preparation.
The reigning MVP's warm-up, which features a variety of unique dribbling and shooting drills, is not just a spectacle in Oakland. Early crowds have started to pop up when the Warriors are on the road as well.
Curry currently leads the NBA in scoring (32.0 PPG), three-pointers (102 3PM) and Player Efficiency Rating (35.1 PER).