It wasn’t too long ago when the Warriors were the top team in the NBA. How things can quickly change, they went from being one game away from winning another championship to becoming basement dwellers in the Western Conference. The loss to the Toronto Raptors had lasting effect on the Warriors, Klay Thompson torn his ACL and has yet to play, Steph hasn’t played since early November and things are bad. But even though his Nba team is doing badly his home team is flourishing.
His home team includes his all-star chef and wife Ayesha Curry, the show stealer since she was able to walk Riley Curry, his quiet player Ryan Curry and his big man Canon Curry. Steph and Ayesha have been building this family for some time now having their first daughter 7-year-old Riley Curry in 2012. Riley was famous before she could form a full sentence. During the 2015 Nba playoffs, she took it upon herself to steal some of Dad’s spotlight during his post-game press interview. From there on she had several show-stopping moments that always included stealing dad’s spotlight.
The second daughter 4-year-old Ryan Curry hasn’t been the show-stealer like her older sister, but she still finds her way to shine. It started when Steph, Riley, and Ryan were in the car doing sing-alongs to “Hamilton”, where she flexed every last bit of her vocal talent outshining both her sister and dad. Also according to Ayesha Curry Instagram Ryan comes with a lot of personality and charisma. Canon is only 1 but he very much resembles Steph Curry so, maybe once Steph returns to the court we will get to see Canon shooting some hoops.
Now just like you would build any other team, it starts with a foundation and rules. Ayesha Curry dishes out some rules she has in place for the kids during her interview with Parents Magazine“In our house, you’re definitely not getting dessert if you don’t eat your dinner! But we do throw the rules out the window once in a while. We love to have movie night with the kids where we eat popcorn, ice cream, and then breakfast for dinner.”
She then continued and talked about how dinners are prepared during the NBA season, “Meal prep is big in my house, especially during basketball season when Stephen needs to fuel up with super-healthy foods. When he’s home for a long stretch, I’ll cook a tub of hard boiled eggs and protein bowls with quinoa, veggies, and salmon or grilled chicken. And I love making big pasta dishes to have on hand during the week. I always try to keep a store-bought rotisserie chicken in the fridge. It’s cheap, and the possibilities are endless: Slice it up and make sandwiches, cut it up and serve with veggies and rice, or make a soup with the leftovers.” This sounds like a tall order not only raising 3 kids but also doing it while one parent is an NBA star and the other is a star chef. But it still looks like they get their family time in by taking silly pictures that are always on display on Ayesha Instagram.