Steph Curry got his groove – and his shimmy – back in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals on Sunday with a 35-point outburst.
His daughter Riley, who has stolen the show from her dad over the years, also had a great game. Here’s her take before Game 3:
And here’s her reaction to the Dubs dominating:
And here she is appearing to sing along to a song:
And when her dad cursed on camera …
… his teammate Klay Thompson thought of her ( via USA TODAY Sports):
“I saw that,” Thompson said. “That was funny. I hope Riley didn’t see it, but it got Oracle pretty fired up. That’s a rare occurrence. I’ve never really seen Steph … use that language, but that’s what the playoffs brings out in you. Don’t do that at home, kids. It’s just once in a while.”
We know who the biggest star in this family is.
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