Steph Curry might be NBA MVP, but daughter Riley is a show stealer

Ryan Songalia
Steph Curry might be NBA MVP, but daughter Riley is a show stealer
Steph Curry's two-year-old daughter went viral after taking over the post-game press conference following the Warriors' game one win over the Rockets

MANILA, Philippines – While debate continues among cantankerous sportswriters over whether NBA players’ children should be allowed to attend post-game press conferences, the general public can’t seem to get enough of Steph Curry’s daughter Riley.

The two-year-old took over press conference following Curry’s Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets in game one of the Western Conference Finals on Wednesday, May 22 Manila time.

(WATCH: Steph Curry’s daughter takes over press conference)

The league, seeing a great opportunity to boost its family-friendly image, released a short mini-docu of the reigning NBA MVP talking about his relationship with his daughter.

Riley isn’t the first player’s kid to make an impression after a game. Who could forget Bulls’ guard Derrick Rose’s son and his adorable pouts and Chicago Cubs jersey earlier this month?

Heck, even Steph Curry hung around the locker rooms while his dad Dell Curry was one of the league’s most accurate long-range shooters. Don’t father and daughter look strikingly similar in these photos taken about 20 years apart?

The Warriors and Rockets will meet again on Friday morning Manila time as Golden State attempts to go up two games to none in their best-of-7 series.

Will Riley give an encore at the press conference? We’ll have to wait and see.

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