from left to right Seth Curry, Sonya Curry, Dell Curry,Riley Curry Stephen Curry, Ayesha Curry, Ryan Curry, missing:Sydel Curry
The Curry Family, better known as the "First Family of the NBA" is currently the most popular and most hated NBA family in the NBA. It consists of NBA Most Valuable Player Award winner, Stephen Curry, his parents Dell and Sonya Curry, his siblings Seth and Sydel Curry, his wife Ayesha Curry, and his daughters Riley and Ryan Curry. They currently live in Orinda, California and Charlotte, North Carolina.
|Family Members||Relation to player||Biography|
|Stephen Curry||NBA player||Wardell Stephen Curry II (more commonly referred to as "Steph" or "Stephen"), is considered by some to be the greatest shooter in NBA history. He has won an NBA championships, two NBA Most Valuable Player Awards, an NBA scoring title, and led the NBA in three made three times and steals once. He has also been selected to 3 NBA All-Star teams, 3 All-NBA teams.|
|Ayesha Curry||Stephen's wife||Ayesha Curry who was Ayesha Alexander before her marriage to Stephen was an actress and model. She had booked a handful of gigs in her time in California and appeared in small role in tv shows. She also was a supermodel. Ayesha is an outstanding chef and is getting her own cooking show.|
|Riley Curry||Stephen's oldest daughter||Riley is the first child of the family. At just 2 years old, Riley has repeatedly stole the spotlight from her father by being her super cute self. During one of Stephen’s post-game press conferences in May 2015, Riley popped on stage because she wanted to sit on his lap.|
|Ryan Curry||Stephen's youngest daughter||Ryan is the first second child of the family. Ryan was born nine days before her older sister birthday.|
|Dell Curry||Stephen's father||Wardell Stephen Curry (more commonly referred to as "Dell") is a retired professional basketball player. He retired as the Charlotte Hornets' all-time leader in points (9,839) and three-point field goals made (929). Curry now works as a color commentator, alongside Steve Martin, on Charlotte Hornets television broadcasts.|
|Sonya Curry||Stephen's mother||Sonya Curry, who was Sonya Adams before her marriage to Dell, was a three-sport athlete at Radford High School in Virginia, and she was a star volleyball player at Virginia Tech, where she met Dell. After marriage and moving to Charlotte, North Carolina, she runs her own Montessori school in Charlotte.|
|Seth Curry||Stephen's brother||Seth is also a professional basketball player. Unlike his brother, Seth struggles in the NBA. Seth has been cut by four different NBA teams. However, he was phenomenal in the NBA development league being an All Star. In 2015 He finally made it on a team but struggled for playing time.|
|Sydel Curry||Stephen's sister||Sydel Curry is an indoor college volleyball player at Elon University. She injured her knee in her true freshmen season so she is now a red-shirt. She came back her second season from a full recovery and was named the team's most improved player.|
The Curry Family is the most loved and hated NBA Family ever. Ever since Steph has been in college, we have always seen his beautiful family. Being a family of athletes, they can more attention then most family. During games when Steph or even Seth does something special the camera goes directly too them. It has been more frequently the past two years because of Steph's rise as a superstar. They have been called the first family of basketball in many people eyes. Their daughter is known as America's sweetheart, they done photoshoots on maganizes.
Game 6 of the 2016 NBA Finals everything has changed. Stephenfouled out late in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 115-101 win over the defending NBA champions at Quicken Loans Arena. He was then ejected from the court after throwing his mouthpiece and unintentionally hitting a fan with it.
While the Cleveland faithful were singing goodbye to the Warriors superstar ("Hit the road, Jack" was being played at the arena), Curry's family applauded his play and blew kisses at the Cavs crowd:
Ayesha, turned to Twitter and voiced her displeasure with the referees' decision. Ayesha claimed the NBA is rigged, which was the worst mistake of her life. Minutes before tipoff, Ayesha tweeted that the Warriors players' families were still on the bus in the arena parking lot and weren't being let off. This put a huge drak house on their family's reputation.