Stephen Curry has had multiple savage moments during his time in the league and his talent speaks for itself. The player has been a very family oriented individual appearing together with his wife and children in several shows and YouTube videos. The legendary shooter always has his loved ones at his side supporting him at all costs.
However, the Golden State Warriors are a perfect depiction of the phrase, “Look out for each other.” They have been a very tight knit group through numerous trials and tribulations. This security is also carried off court. Before Game 4 of the NBA Finals Ayesha Curry, Steph’s wife was insulted by a restaurant in Boston saying that she could not cook well. Ironically, she is a cook book author and has appeared on cooking shows in the past.
Stephen Curry “cooks” the Boston Celtics in Game 4
Ayesha has often found herself amidst fan criticism for her personality and character. It seems like Stephen Curry took the cooking insult really personally and unfortunate for the Boston Celtics, Game 4 was when he unleashed his frustrations at TD Garden. He scored a historic 43 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 assists during the game shooting 14 of 26 attempts from the field.
Steph has been a very vital player on the Warriors roster besides Klay Thompson who erupts on offense and Draymond Green who takes the role of being the in-game coach. However, the point guard has been the sole reason why the Dubs have made it this far into the finals. He is averaging 34.2 points per game along with 6.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game against the Celtics this series. But Jayson Tatum has equally shown his determination to fight back and win the title.
Twitter reacts to Stephen Curry defending his wife Ayesha on the court
Stephen Curry along with his team needs to win two out of three more games to be crowned champions once again. Their season has been nothing short of impressive despite having several setbacks in between. What fans witnessed in Game 4 was a performance of a true leader and champion. Here are a couple of reactions to the incident and comeback.