President Barack Obama jokes while demonstrating 'clowning' when talking about Stephen Curry (R), the 2015 National Basketball Association MVP, during an event in the East Room on February 4, 2016 in Washington, DC. Obama welcomed the 2015 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors to the White House to congratulate the team on their accomplishment.

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The NBA MVP did the right thing and just smiled and grinned.

Lauren Porter
Feb, 05, 2016

The President has some advice for Steph Curry when it comes to celebrating after a win.

Rule #1: Don't break out the victory dance.

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CNN reports that in a visit to the White House to commemorate winning the 2015 NBA Championship, Curry and his Golden State Warrior teammates met with the Commander-in-Chief as he helped to celebrate their victory.

Obama, a notorious basketball fan, called Curry a "pretty good shooter" but wasn't particularly fond of the point guard's 51 point performance against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night.

"For those who watched the game against the Wizards last night, it was, to use slang, he was clowing," the President said. "He was jumping up and down. Just settle down."

Steph, you should take the President's advice, he knows a thing or two about what to do after you win big.