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After the game, Marcus Thompson of the Bay Area News Group did the entire Internet a favor by asking Steph what he thought about the reaction to his kicks.“Did you see all the talk about your Curry 2 release and did any part of you want to wear them tonight?
Sonya Curry, the lovely mother of golden State Warrios star guard, Stephen Curry.48-year-old Sonya stole the spotlight with her beauty at the the Golden State warriors game on Tuesday night.MVP Stephen’s genes sure play a great deal in his success; in one hand we have his father, Dell Curry, who played for the Charlotte Hornets and in the other we have his mother, Sonya who was a volleyball and basketball star at Virginia Tech. Sonya Adams Curry attended Radford High School in Radford, Virginia.While in high school she was a standout basketball and volleyball player winning state championships in both sports.She chose to play volleyball at Virginia Tech, where she and Dell Curry met.As an interesting fact, the couple started dating after Dell –ten a junior –asked her out after one of Sonya’s gamed –then a freshman. Following their nuptials, the couple moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, so Dell could play for the Hornets.
Sonya gave birth to the couple’s three children: sons Stephen and Seth; daughter, Sydel Curry. Sonyas’ second son, Seth Curry is also a basketball player for the Erie Bay Hawks of the NBA Development League; while daughter Sydel is a volleyball player at Elon University.
Sonya who’s looks stunned reporters, is not only a mom of three and former athlete but is also the grandmother to Stephen’s adorable 2-year-old daughter Riley.
Under Armour debuted Steph Curry’s new show the Curry 2 Low ‘Chef’ Thursday and the Internet immediately lost their collective minds.
The white colorway was meme’d to death, photoshopped onto all sorts of elderly and uncool people.
It wasn’t entirely undeserved – the shoe is only a little lame – but not every Jordan or Le Bron sneaker is a home run either.
Well, Friday night, behind Steph’s 38 points and seven three-pointers, the Warriors beat the Cavs 108-97 to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals.