The Warriors star came through for the sports-starved talk show host.
Union's husband, Dwyane Wade, told their friends, “I apologize on behalf of the Wade family."
Barack Obama was one of the 50,000 people who tuned in to the Instagram Live.
“When the love surpasses life’s hurdles there is NOTHING you can’t overcome," the restaurateur wrote in a post about her NBA star husband.
The retired NBA great might have gone out of bounds in his "Today" interview.
In a Monday press conference, Curry credited a former Howard student for urging him to revitalize the long-shuttered program.
Ayesha Curry also shared a post, telling her NBA star husband, "Through our ups and downs we only become stronger."
"For him to be a trailblazer in terms of doing something that has never been done is good for this country,” the Golden State Warriors player said.
The rapper partied and philosophized while perhaps breaking his so-called curse.
The Golden State Warriors won 106-105 against the Toronto Raptors on Monday night.