Golden State Warriors’ unofficial mascot Riley Curry, along with her parents Stephen and Ayesha, welcomed a new baby girl into the family on Friday. Here’s hoping the family’s real MVP will be able to share the spotlight.
Riley Curry and her sidekicks the Golden State Warriors celebrated their NBA Finals championship win with a parade around Oakland, California on Friday. Mid-party, as her dad Steph Curry posed with his trophy, Riley decided it was a good time to collect the confetti floating around. As one does.
On Tuesday night, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors bested LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Sure, they were the better team, but—I dare say?—they also had a better baby star in Riley Curry. Andre Iguodala might’ve won the trophy, but Riley is the real MVP, even if she was too tired to celebrate.
Last night, between watching Steph Curry and the Warriors lose to LeBron James and the Cavaliers, I caught ads for a new ABC drama called Quantico. It’s supposedly about a female FBI agent—though I think it’s really a soft porn? Maybe of the BDSM fantasy sort?
Ayesha Curry, mother of star baby Riley and wife of Golden State Warrior Steph Curry, wrote an open letter to sports fans and journalists alike who aren’t into her two-year-old acting like a two-year-old during her father’s NBA press conferences. In summation, Riley’s happiness is more important than yours so have a…
Steph Curry hits the court tonight with his Golden State Warriors team for the 2015 NBA Finals, and whether or not he beats LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s clear that Riley, star of babies, will make him feel like a champion.
If you’re following the NBA playoffs, you know after every game there’s a press conference that athletes must endure. It’s often filled with boring questions about them sports-ing hard but last night, Golden State Warrior Steph Curry brought his daughter Riley to the show and oh, was she ever ready for her close-up;…