Golden State Warriors shooting guard and 2014-15 NBA MVP Stephen Curry's daughter Riley danced to "Whip" and "Nae Nae" by Silento on her third birthday on July 19. Curry's wife, Ayesha, posted the video on her Instagram account on Sunday.
Riley Curry sure has a lot of dance moves for a three-year-old.
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Curry, the daughter of Golden State Warriors shooting guard and 2014-15 NBA MVP Stephen Curry, celebrated her third birthday in style when she danced to the tune of Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" on July 19.
Her mother, Ayesha Curry, posted the video on her Instagram account on Sunday:
The caption reads, "This is 3!!! Happy birthday baby girl! Never a dull moment. You light up our lives and keep us on our toes. Mommy and daddy love you so much. Let's celebrate!"
Curry became a sister just a little over a week before the big celebration.
Her mother wrote on July 12 on her official webite, LittleLightsOfMine.com, that their second daughter, Ryan Carson Curry, was born that week:
"God is amazing. The gift of life is truly an indescribable feeling. We were fortunate enough to experience it all over again friday night! Our beautiful Ryan Carson Curry arrived perfectly healthy and happy!
"She arrived a little through a quick 3 hour labor and was a small 6 lbs. 1 oz. I was able to birth her naturally without an epidurial. This is something I've always wanted to do and was so happy to get through it with the help of my darling husband and amazing doctor, Dr. Poddatoori.
"This time around I felt more prepared and was able to take in the entire process. It was a miracle!
"Stephen, Riley and I are enjoying this gorgeous gift from God and basking in the present! We are now officially a family of 4! Riley is completely enamored with her little sister and has taken on her role as big sister beautifully. I am already so proud of her!
"I just wanted to give you all an update and ask you to keep us in your prayers as we adjust to our new little family."
Riley Curry made a name for herself with her antics during her father's postgame conferences this past season. One such example was when Stephen Curry spoke with the media following the series-clinching victory over the Houston Rockets in Game 5 of the 2015 Western Conference Finals.
Riley Curry yawned, seemed bored and spoke with her father as he conversed with the media at the podium on May 28, per NBA.com's Lang Whitaker.
The young girl's antics quickly went viral, making her the darling of the NBA-following public.
It's not just Riley Curry who's turning heads this month.
Her uncle, Seth Curry, wound up as this year's NBA Summer League's leading scorer in Las Vegas with a 24.3 points-per-game average for the New Orleans Pelicans, per The New Orleans Times Picayune's John Reid.
In spite of Curry's explosive play, he didn't win MVP Honors. That distinction went to San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson, the tournament's second-leading scorer with a 22 points-per-game average, per Reid.
Nonetheless, Curry made it to the NBA Summer League first team, whose other members include Doug McDermott of the Chicago Bulls, Normal Powell of the Toronto Raptors, T.J. Warren of the Phoenix Suns and Anderson, per The New Orleans Times Picayune.
The members of the second team include New Orleans' Larry Drew II, the Denver Nuggets' Emmanuel Mudiay, the Dallas Mavericks' Dwight Powell, the Portland Trail Blazers' Noah Vonleh and the Houston Rockets' Alan Williams, per Reid.
Curry never scored fewer than 20 points a game, ending the tourney with a 21-point production against the Phoenix Suns in a 93-87 loss on Sunday, per The New Orleans Times Picayune.
Reid stresses Curry could find himself in the Pelicans' regular-season roster after his Summer League performance, leading the team to a stellar 5-1 mark. However, New Orleans general manager Dell Demps told The New Orleans Times Picayune the team has yet to make a decision.
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