Riley Curry Steals Spotlight Again: From Adorable Toddler to Stunning Young Woman in 7 Years, Looks All Grown Up at Women’s Basketball Game with Dad Stephen Curry!

Stephen Curry with his daughter Riley during a press conference.

There’s a new famous Curry on the block! NBA superstar Stephen Curry‘s typically cut-and-dried postgame interview was adorably interrupted on Tuesday, May 19, by his 2-year-old daughter Riley.

The Golden State Warrior was fielding questions from reporters about his team’s 110 to 106 victory during Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Houston Rockets.

Curry’s daughter, wearing an olive dress by nununu and a stylish bowed headband, suddenly bum-rushed the stage which prompted the flustered parent to tell his little one: “You stand right there.”

“I want to sit on your lap!” whined Riley, as she assumed a spot onstage with her father. As Curry, 27, attempted to continue the presser, his admiring little one looked up with a cute smile and chirped: “You’re too loud, daddy! Be quiet.”

It was also clearly past Riley’s bedtime as she interrupted her dad’s event at one point to yawn and stretch her arms. She then greeted the audience of reporters, producers, and crew members seated in the room with a regal right-handed wave.

At one point, she got bored and ducked her head beneath the blue-clothed table.

The Golden State Warriors’ official Twitter account posted a photo of little Riley using the table as a fort and peering out with curiosity at reporters. “A picture truly is worth a thousand words,” the photo was captioned. That tweet alone has already garnered close to 13,000 retweets as of Wednesday afternoon.

Stephen Curry and daughter Riley, 10½, spent a nice father-daughter night together

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry, second from right, and his daughter Riley, right, sit courtside during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game between Stanford and Southern California in Stanford, Calif., Friday, Feb. 17, 2023. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

Stephen Curry is spending special one-on-one time with his oldest.

The Golden State Warriors pro, 34, visited Stanford University — where his godsister Cameron Brink plays — with daughter Riley, 10½, to watch the school’s women’s basketball team take on the University of Southern California.

Brink broke the team record for number of blocks in a season during the game while the NBA pro and pre-teen watched on.

Fans who caught glimpses of Riley during the game marveled at how grown up the tween looked, wearing her hair in long braids and dressed in a pink tie-dye hoodie.

The NBA star and wife Ayesha Curry are also parents to son Canon, 4, and daughter Ryan, 7.

Trey Lance, second from left, talks with Stephen Curry, right, while sitting courtside during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game between Stanford and Southern California in Stanford, Calif., Friday, Feb. 17, 2023. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vásquez)

In July, Stephen got sentimental as he celebrated RIley’s 10th birthday on social media, writing, “July 19, 2012. 10 years watching you blossom has been the best of the best! Now- stop growing up so fast please…..We love you😍.”

The proud father of three also surprised the 10-year-old with a pair of his shoe line’s new sneakers. Steph walked up to Riley as she was eating in the kitchen and put the shoe box on the counter.

“It’s only right… Curry 10s for the 10 year old!!” he captioned the video. “Happy Birthday Riley 🎂🎉”

Riley was surprised by the gift and joked, “I was just trying to eat my tomato 🍅,” as she checked out the sneakers.

In December, the four-time NBA champion spoke about his children with E! News at the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Awards.

Asked if his children are “impressed” with him “as other people are,” Curry, the honoree for the evening, said, “I would hope to say yes but probably for different reasons. I don’t think they care too much about how many times the ball goes in the basket.”

The father of three added, “They’ve been to a couple parades and all that, so they enjoy the festivities of celebrating a championship. But when you’re at home you’re just Dad and that’s the best part about it.”

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