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The Golden State Warriors are heading to their first NBA Finals in 40 years after defeating the Houston Rockets in game 5 last night, but the best part of the night wasn’t Stephen Curry’s 26 points or imagining the face-off with LeBron James. It instead belonged, once again, to Curry’s daughter, Riley.
Finally there’s a way for the non-basketball fans out there to finally care about basketball: There will be at least four more games this NBA season where we might get to see Riley.
But of course, not everyone is all that happy with the shenanigans.
Riley Curry has already stolen the show from her dad at a Warriors postgame press conference by simply being an adorable 2-year-old. But for some, having players’ children there is a distraction from what they’re trying to do: get a player’s comments about his performance. Riley’s first appearance led some reporters to call for a ban on children at the podium. For now, however, Riley is still game to join her dad and amp up the cuteness.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.