Stephen and Ayesha Curry have been on quite a run over the past few weeks.
Not only did Stephen just win his fourth championship in eight years, officially etching his name in the record books among the all-time greats, but he is also thriving off-the-court. This past week he hosted the ESPYs for the first time to stellar reviews.
As one would expect, his doting wife Ayesha has been with him every step of the way.
This week, a video of the pair getting intimate after the ESPYs began to circulate online. It perfectly exemplified just how close they still are despite many years of marriage.
The clip largely speaks for itself:
Steph Curry in demon time 😈pic.twitter.com/pHzlyk1Z4L
— NBA Memes (@NBAMemes) July 22, 2022
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With social media being what it is nowadays, reactions poured in right away:
Ayesha out here showing out now! thought it was another trick with Steph https://t.co/P7AM7hRLvw
— Allan Houston (@MannyUSoDope) July 22, 2022
That’s his wife lmaooo https://t.co/qFuEtmDsUZ
— GoodSense (@Since19854) July 22, 2022
Pastor Curry https://t.co/YGQRV2t2WN
— 𝚇𝙸𝙸𝙸 (@DeJonXIII) July 22, 2022
Boy I love Steph and Ayesha https://t.co/KFqOPFxmWM
— ken (@ken49829638) July 22, 2022
— DRC (@DRC_Nogood) July 22, 2022
— Nayib Mustafa (@MustafaNayib) July 22, 2022
This isn’t the first time in recent days Steph has set the internet ablaze. His reaction to Alex Morgan’s recent photo also caught people’s attention.
Big picture – the Curry clan is thriving right now. Aside from getting mocked mercilessly over their terrible wardrobe choices, they have just been racking up win after win after win.
It also feels like, between making a baby in public at every opportunity and Ayesha getting freaky with Steph’s newly-won NBA Finals MVP trophy, that this hot streak they’re on has really reignited the flames of passion in their personal life.
A-Rod kept it real. https://t.co/k8zdZzB2Q9
— Game 7 (@game7__) July 21, 2022
You love to see it.
What will Steph and Ayesha ultimately go viral for next?
Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.