Why Riley Curry Is the Real MVP of the NBA Championship
By John Boone
On Tuesday, the Golden State Warriors beat LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA finals, the first time in 40 years the Warriors have taken the title. Andre Iguodala (above right) was named MVP.
Warriors point guard Steph Curry was probably runner up for MVP:
Some sports reporters who apparently didn’t notice that post-game press conferences are boring as hell didn’t appreciate Riley for the gift that she is and called her presence distracting and inappropriate. Riley did NOT care:
She upped her ante the second time around, performing a little Drake for us:
Drake gave her a shout out, because he knows it is us who are truly #blessed.
As for the reporters? Well, you haven’t made it until you have a few haters.
Oh yeah, and she made a grown ass man hold her gum, because naturally:
So we salute you, Riley Curry, the real MVP of the NBA finals. Even though you slept through most of the games...
You never missed an opportunity to steal the spotlight.
We respect that.
Plus, when Steph Curry was asked about Riley, he said: “[She’s] always happy to see me when I get home and that kind of makes everything all right. I rarely ever have a bad day, regardless of what happens on the court.”
“It just gives you something more than basketball to kind of play and live for,” he added. “It’s pretty special. Obviously every father would say pretty much the same thing about what their daughter or son means to them and how they impact their life.”
And that’s super cute too.
The other star of the NBA championship was LeBron James’ penis, which ABC accidentally aired on live TV: