Such a boss! Riley Curry made a grand entrance to her dad Stephen’s NBA Most Valuable Player ceremony, throwing an “I’m watching you” hand gesture at the folks in the front row and internet exploded over the cuteness.
Too adorable! Riley Curry always is the center of attention anytime she walks into a room, but the three-year-old really poured on the sass during 28-year-old papa Stephen Curry‘s NBA MVP Award speech. She stole the spotlight away from her famous papa by letting the audience know she had them in check with swaggiest hand signals ever! HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that little Riley will get to be the first person who gets to play with her dad’s new hardware.
Little Riley gave the sports writers who voted her dad the NBA’s Most Valuable Player a great big swig of attitude as she walked in to the press conference honoring her Golden State Warriors star daddy. She completely made sure all eyes were on her as she tossed “I see you” hand gestures at several of the guys in the front row, apparently putting them on notice that they better be voting for her pops again next season! Hmm, we wonder where she learned that hand signal from?
When Steph was told he was going to get the MVP trophy for the second straight year, “He told Riley that she will be the first person to be able to play with it, but only for a limited time before he puts it in his trophy area of his house. He doesn’t want it to get broken but he wants Riley to enjoy it and carry it around and hold it for a little bit,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
— ABC7 News (@abc7newsBayArea) May 10, 2016
Riley even made the “I’ve got my eyes on you” gesture in Steph’s official MVP photo with the trophy and his family members. She’s definitely putting everyone on notice that she’s watching us!
— GoldenStateWarriors (@warriors) May 10, 2016
Steph proved exactly why he is so deserving of the honor in May 9’s playoff game against the Portland Trailblazers. In his first game back after recovering from a sprained right knee, he scored 40 points, with a stunning 17 in overtime to help close the game with a 132-125 win. That’s the most points ever scored by a single player in O.T. in NBA history! The Warriors are now up 3-1 in the Western Conference semifinals, and we totally hope they go all the way again this year, because Riley will be there at the post-game press conferences to totally steal the show!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Steph and the Golden State Warriors will win another NBA championship?