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Steph and Ayesha Curry partied hard after Warriors championship parade

Ayesha Curry can cook and drop it low on the dance floor. Steph Curry and the famed cookbook author partied hard after the Warriors parade took over the streets of San Francisco on Monday to celebrate the team’s NBA title. The couple was filmed grinding on the dance floor at Ayesha’s restaurant, International Smoke — an upscale barbecue restaurant chain, with locations in the Bay Area and Las Vegas — where the team partied after the parade. Curry held his 2022 Finals MVP trophy while he danced with Ayesha on the yellow and blue confetti-covered floor. The Currys appeared to be the life of the party, where teammate Andrew Wiggins and girlfriend Mychal Johnson were spotted in videos posted to Twitter. Damion Lee, Curry’s teammate and brother-in-law, was present with his wife, Sydel Curry-Lee. The party was supplied with white and red Domaine Curry Wine, the brand Ayesha runs with Sydel. At one point, Curry was spotted chugging Clase Azul tequila from the bottle, while his sister held his Finals MVP trophy. Curry collected his fourth title in eight years last Thursday, after the Warriors beat the Celtics Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
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Ayesha Curry Has Message For Celtics Fans

For the fourth time in the past eight years, star point guard Stephen Curry led the Golden State Warriors to an NBA title. However, for the first time in his NBA career, Curry finally got what he's been waiting for - NBA Finals MVP. Curry was named the unanimous NBA Finals MVP after leading the Warriors in scoring during the series against the Boston Celtics.

Ayesha Curry Turning Trash Talk From Celtics Fans Into Good Cause

Boston Celtics fans weren’t afraid to go at the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, but Ayesha Curry is ending the feud on a good note. While fans went at Draymond Green and Klay Thompson in a more explicit way, Steph Curry received a unique form of trash talk. It started when a local Boston restaurant wrote “Ayesha Curry Can’t Cook” on their outdoor chalkboard. Steph responded by wearing a shirt in his Game 5 postgame news conference that said, “Ayesha Curry Can Cook.” Celtics fans then made shirts of their own that said, “Ayesha Curry Still Can’t Cook.”

'Ayesha Curry can't cook'; Boston bar takes the trash talk to the Warriors

BOSTON - Following Game 5, Steph Curry wore a shirt reading "Ayesha Curry Can Cook" during his postgame press conference. When asked by a reporter what the back story was, he responded, "You have to ask around the room or ask Twitter."Or, you can just ask Ricky Falcucci."Steph Curry, I would say that him saying his wife can cook is like my mom telling me I'm handsome," said Falcucci.He's the bar manager who is responsible for a sign outside Game On! last week, with the message "Ayesha Curry Can't Cook" going viral. "A little mental warfare is never a bad thing,"...

Steph Curry Ingeniously Fires Back at a Boston Bar Who Said Wife Ayesha Curry ‘Can’t Cook’

Drew Altizer Photography/Shutterstock He's got her back. Steph Curry found a creative way to defend his wife, Ayesha Curry, after a Boston bar publicly slammed her culinary talents. The 34-year-old point guard — whose team, the Golden State Warriors, is currently facing off with the Boston Celtics in the NBA Championship Finals — grabbed reporters' […]
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Steph epically trolls Boston with 'Ayesha Curry can cook' shirt

Steph Curry sees everything. EVERYTHING. Three days after a Boston area bar named "Game On!" took a shot at Curry's wife, Ayesha, the Warriors' star had a clear response. Following the Warriors' 104-94 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 5 of the 2022 NBA Finals at Chase Center on Monday night, Curry showed up to his postgame press conference wearing an "Ayesha Curry CAN cook" t-shirt.

‘Ayesha Curry can cook’: Steph Curry wears revenge t-shirt at NBA Finals

Steph Curry’s postgame press conference Monday included the roast of a Boston bar. Following the Warriors’ NBA Finals Game 5 victory against the Celtics, the Golden State superstar took a swipe at a Massachusetts establishment for previously jabbing the cooking skills of his wife, Ayesha. Curry, who logged 16 points, three rebounds, and eight assists, sported an “Ayesha Curry Can Cook” top underneath his jacket at the podium, which naturally piqued the interest of media members. When asked by a reporter about the backstory behind the shirt, the 34-year-old point guard responded, “You gotta ask around the room and ask Twitter.” Curry’s...