It seems Stephen Curry frustrations are being relieved by humiliating the next generation.

Things started to come apart for the two-time MVP in the NBA Finals when during the 2015-16 regular season Curry’s Warriors had won a league-record 73 games, allowing a 3-1 lead to slip away as the Cavaliers beat them in a 7-game series to win the title.

Curry was a good player, but he wasn’t a great player, averaging 22.6 points per game against the Cavaliers, nearly eight off the NBA-leading pace he set through 82 games while handing out half as many assists and shooting significantly worse from the field.

This summer, it seems that his way of coping is to humiliate youngsters who dare to guard him 1-on-1 at camps.