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There may be a handful of kids who can brag about their parents playing basketball professionally, but only Riley Curry can brag about a town renaming its children’s amusement park for her after her dad led the Golden State Warriors to their first championship since 1975.
Children’s Fairyland was renamed RileyLand before the start of the Warriors NBA Championship parade in Oakland, Calif., Friday, June 19, 2015. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)
Between earning the NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) designation twice and winning three NBA championships with the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha made time to raise their two daughters and son.
“This has been my home for 10 years,” said Steph Curry, whose three children were all born during his Warriors years.
Riley, his oldest daughter, became a media sensation on his lap here. She was born July 19, 2012 and became Ryan Carson Curry’s big sister just weeks after joining her parents in the parade celebrating the Warriors 2015 NBA championship in Oakland.
Our second little girl has arrived! Here is a quick update! Thank you for the well wishes and prayers. http://t.co/FzifRoL7a7
— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) July 12, 2015
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The Currys and the rest of Oakland are preparing their farewell to the Golden State Warriors era in the East Bay as the team embraces new digs in San Francisco. Riley and Ryan are now both older sisters to Canon, who is almost one year old and has already met former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and watched his dad crush …
Source:: East Bay – Entertainment