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Watch Ayesha Grinds On Steph Curry As Both Party After GSW Win NBA Championship, Video Of Her Dancing Goes Viral

Watch Ayesha Grinds On Steph Curry As Both Party After GSW Win NBA Championship, Video Of Her Dancing Goes Viral

Have a look at Stephen Curry and wife Ayesha Curry dance and party hard following the Warriors’ NBA Championships win with video of her dancing and grinding viral

Ayesha Curry can cook as well as drop it low on the dance floor.

After the Warriors procession took over the streets of San Francisco on Monday to celebrate the team’s NBA championship, Steph Curry and the famous cookbook author partied hard.

Ayesha Grinds On Steph Curry As Both Party After GSW Win NBA Championship, Video Of Her Dancing Goes Viral

After the parade, the crew celebrated at Ayesha’s restaurant, International Smoke – an upmarket barbecue restaurant franchise with outlets in the Bay Area and Las Vegas — where the couple was recorded grinding on the dance floor.
On the yellow and blue confetti-covered floor, EPA Curry danced with Ayesha while holding his 2022 Finals MVP trophy.

Where teammate Andrew Wiggins and girlfriend Mychal Johnson were featured in videos shared on Twitter, the Currys appeared to be the life of the party.

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Last week, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics to capture their fourth NBA championship since 2015, and star Stephen Curry was named Finals MVP for the first time. They after the victory took a break from trolling haters to celebrate with the home crowd. The parade route in San Francisco is a 1.4-mile section of Market Street.

While the Warriors’ core of Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson have all marched in championship parades, some of the younger Warriors, such as JordaExceptns, and Gary Payton II, are doing so for the first time.

Stephen Curry was swarmed by his teammates as he led the Golden State Warriors to their fourth NBA title in eight years, defeating the Boston Celtics 103-90 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Friday at the TD Garden. Curry won the 2022 Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award after averaging 31.2 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and 5.2 three-pointers per game in the series. With four rings, he now joins LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal as the most decorated player in NBA history.

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Except for a drab Game 5 in which he went 0-9 from three-point range, the NBA Finals have been all about Curry’s offence. With Curry on the court, the Warriors’ offensive rating is a league-high 115.8, while their defensive rating is dead last at 108.

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