Today is World Malaria Day, and Nothing But Nets created a hilarious new video featuring two of the campaign’s biggest Champions, NBA star Stephen Curry and ESPN.com columnist Rick Reilly like you’ve never seen them before.

Video: Rick Reilly and Stephen Curry join forces to fight malaria

Steph is donating three life-saving mosquito nets for every three he makes this season (a record-breaking 272+ threes, or 800+ nets) and Rick is matching every donation up to $20,000.

Rick helped launch Nothing But Nets in 2006 with a column in Sports Illustrated. Since then, Nothing But Nets has raised more than $45 million to send more than 7 million insecticide-treated nets to families across sub-Saharan Africa.

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