Supervillian Warriors enjoy a day at the Curry residence

Off days are best spent creatively for the Warriors. (Draymond Green/Instagram)

Off days are best spent creatively for the Warriors. (Draymond Green/Instagram)

Kerr and the rest of the Warriors spent Friday’s off day hanging out at the Curry residence. The decorations at the team party included a giant silver balloon setup, which read “Supervillains.”

Draymond Green Instagrammed the scene with a couple of pictures take by a drone operated by JaVale McGee.

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A photo posted by Draymond Green (@money23green) on Nov 11, 2016 at 6:11pm PST

“Steph had a party. It was just a team gathering. It was at his house, so we made it a super villain theme,” Kerr explained. “It was just Steph’s idea.”

“We feel like we’re kind of growing a family and it’s fun to all get together on an off day and do something different besides basketball,” Kerr said. “So, it’s great that Steph put that party together.”Golden State Warriorsjavale mcgeeNBASteph CurrySteve Kerr

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