Warriors Star Steph Curry’s Wife Ayesha Curry Claps for Celtics After Finals

Stephen Curry has finally earned his first NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award after leading the Golden State Warriors to victory against the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. This illustrious accolade was long overdue for the All-Star point guard. They already had four championship rings and two trophies for a most valuable player in the regular season. Even though Curry, his teammates, the coaching staff, and the front office of the Warriors have every cause to celebrate this great accomplishment. Curry’s wife, Ayesha Curry, had a unique response to the Dubs winning the championship.

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Warriors star Steph Curry’s Wife Ayesha Curry Claps for Celtics After Finals

In a message that Ayesha Curry sent on Twitter, the All-Star point guard’s wife said she would make a unique dish consisting of San Francisco Hot Pot with a side of Curry GOAT. Her post is a blatant reference to Stephen Curry. Who has just won his fourth ring with the Warriors and received his first MVP award for the Finals.

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However, it is the first thing that comes to mind. Ayesha Curry’s tweet may also be interpreted as an aggressive response to some Boston Celtics fans who took a dig at her cuisine. It comes to mind, even if it is the second thing that comes to mind. Recently, a particular restaurant in Boston had a sign that said Ayesha Curry is incapable of preparing meals on its wall. In response, this comment managed to get Steph’s attention. And he tormented the Celtics in Game 4 by scoring 43 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. That response, it should come as no surprise, did not go well with the Chef.

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Ayesha Curry’s Claps for Celtics

Immediately after the conclusion of Game 4, the Warriors went on to win the next two games of the series. The first in Golden State and the second in Boston. In the championship game, Stephen Curry

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played for 40 minutes. And had a stat line that included 34 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists. His effort laid the groundwork for the Warriors to finish off the Celtics. And helped him earn the title of Finals MVP for the first time.

Ayesha has every motivation in the world to show her critics in Boston. That they are incorrect about her food now that the Warriors have won the game. After all, is said and done, Steph will undoubtedly have something to look forward to when she gets back home.

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