Stephen Curry Opens Up About What His Daughter Riley Means To Him

The attention on MVP Stephen Curry has only intensified as his Golden State Warriors have advanced to the NBA Finals. But he's been sharing the spotlight of late with his 2-year-old daughter Riley, who's pushing the adorbs-meter to red alert at press conferences and on her mom's cooking show.

In a more personal moment at Wednesday's news conference before the Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers clash in Game 1 Thursday, a reporter asked Curry what Riley means to him. He answered straight from the heart.

"[She’s] always happy to see me when I get home and that kind of makes everything all right," he said. "I rarely have a bad day regardless of what happens on the court. It just gives you something more than basketball to kind of play and live for. It’s pretty special. Obviously every father would say pretty much the same thing about what their daughter or son means to them and how they impact their life."

Like Riley sang recently, Curry feels blessed.



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