Make way for the first family of the NBA! Ayesha and Stephen Curry were showered with love at the Golden State Warriors Championship Parade earlier this week. The celebrities had their daughters, Ryan and Riley, along for the ride around town.
"What a day," Ayesha exclaimed. "#DUBNATION showed up and showed out," she added. "Thanks for the memories!"
Riley Curry certainly took in all of the sights and love that fans sent her way. Many took to the streets to cheer the Currys on as they rode atop a float with the word, "Champions" on the front. Stephen held the team's trophy, which was given to the Warriors after much blood, sweat, and tears this season.
All of the players worked hard to see the end goal of victory come to fruition, but Stephen Curry seemed to put in extra time and energy on the road to becoming a champion this year. "Tonight he killed," fellow team player Kevin Durant said on the Warriors' night of victory. "Tonight, you better respect that man."
Durant went on to tell media that Stephen Curry was one of the most selfless players that he has seen in the NBA. "The stuff you hear about Steph as far as sacrificing and being selfless and caring about his teammates, caring about other people is real," Kevin shared.
"It’s not a facade," Durant added. "He doesn’t put on this mask or this suit every single day to come in here and fake in front of you guys. He really is like that. And it’s amazing to see a superstar who sacrifices, who doesn’t care about nothing but the group."
Ayesha and Stephen Curry have two kids. Both Ryan and Riley celebrate their birthdays next month.