Gotta give it up for Stephen Curry — on the court, the back-to-back MVP paced the Golden State Warriors to use total team work to return to the NBA Finals.
Off the court, he uses much of the same principles with his wife, Ayesha, to serve as the ultimate example of #RelationshipGoals.
After Steph dropped 36 points to lead his Warriors to a 96-88 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals in Oakland on Monday night, Curry's entire family spilled onto the Oracle Arena court, with he and Ayesha raising the bar for what a loving relationship should look like.
After his Warriors became only the 10th NBA team to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a playoff series, Curry was congratulated with a smooch from Ayesha right on the court. Aww.
Ayesha's loyalty, though? Well, we learned that it should never be questioned after the Warriors' Western Conference semifinals win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
But back to Game 7. Peep them effortlessly swapping their kid-carrying duties as Steph and Ayesha switch from holding daughters, Riley and Ryan, respectively.
And about those beautiful girls, lil' Riley may have the spotlight now, but her baby sister Ryan is equally adorable.
Look at those chubby cheeks.
What a beautiful family spearheaded by Steph and Ayesha. They might be the coolest couple — and parents — that you'll ever see.
The only thing that didn't complete the Hallmark moment was Riley curving her daddy's kiss attempt.
But hey, she's three. These kinds of things happen.
After repeated evidence of their loving relationship, we're convinced that if you take any issue with Steph and Ayesha's union whatsoever, then you just have hate in your blood. It's that simple.
We bet that the NBA Finals, which pit the Warriors against LeBron James's Cleveland Cavaliers beginning Thursday night in Oakland, will have Steph and Ayesha serving up more doses of ultimate #RelationshipGoals, too.
Lead the way. We're ready for 'em.
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