At 6'3" and 185 pounds, Stephen Curry is "small" for an NBA player.
Additionally, early on in his NBA career, Curry's youthful appearance earned him the nickname "Baby-faced Assassin."
On Wednesday night, in his "Tonight Show Superlatives: 2015 NBA All-Stars" segment, Jimmy Fallon gave Curry the honor, "Most likely to get carded when he orders milk."
Last offseason, Curry was denied a beer after he told a waitress he left his ID in the car.
All this for a guy who is the leading MVP candidate and has led the Warriors to a 42-9 record -- the best mark in the NBA.
Curry has also inked several marketing deals -- Degree, State Farm, Under Armour, Express and more -- and is so popular among NBA fans that he vaulted past Lebron James and received more 2015 All-Star votes than anybody in the league.
"I'm 6-3 and 185 pounds on a good day, so I probably relate more to the casual fan who watches the game and is not super athletic, not this crazy monster of physical stature," Curry told Sam Amick of USA Today Sports. "I just do it a different way, I guess, and a lot of people love the way the game has kind of shifted — the shooting and the talent at (the) guard (position).
"Obviously we make certain plays that try to be as creative as possible and give the fans some entertainment when they watch us play. I think all those factors go into it, (and) maybe a lot of people are out there thinking, 'Look at how he's out there playing. I can do the same thing.'"
When you do things like take your game-worn shoe off, sign it and give it to a young fan -- people are going to like you.
Curry is averaging 23.6 points (tied for seventh in NBA), 7.9 assists (fifth in NBA), 2.16 steals (leads NBA) and is tied for the league lead with 161 made 3-pointers (Kyle Korver and Wesley Matthews).
Not only will Curry play in the All-Star Game on Sunday, but he will compete in the 3-point contest on Saturday night and the "Degree Battle of the Game Changers" on Saturday morning.
Curry's All-Star weekend schedule isn't limited to on-court responsibilities, however.
The 2014 Second-Team All-NBA performer is scheduled to make appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Good Morning America.
Despite the rise to "superstardom," Curry's teammates are incredibly impressed by his humility.
"As far as a superstar, he's one of the most humble superstars there is, by far," Shaun Livingston told Amick. "His faith, his beliefs and his value system is unprecedented.
"(On the court) it's his style of play, for one. He's a showman, but at the same time he doesn't show people up. That's hard to do in this league, because there's a line that you can cross by playing that way. His humility kind of resonates throughout the locker room."
Curry's come a long way since ankle injuries threatened to derail his career and hasn't lost sight of the big picture.
"I'm very appreciative and very humbled," Curry said. "And there's still more to be done. That's the good part about it."