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Steph Curry Reflects on Uncertain Times as He Celebrates 32nd B-Day with Wife Ayesha & Kids in Cute Pic

Bettina Dizon
Mar 17, 2020
08:20 P.M.
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Steph Curry recently celebrated his 32nd birthday with his family, which he shared on Instagram: “Different vibes this birthday.”


Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry remains grateful on his birthday, despite the pandemic that has recently brought chaos to the world.

The athlete recently turned 32 and celebrated with his wife, Ayesha, and three kids, Riley, Ryan, and Canon. 

Steph Curry attends The 2017 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 12, 2017. | Source: Getty Images



Curry took to Instagram to share a few words about his special day, highlighting his blessings despite the “uncertainty.” He wrote:

“Different vibes this birthday but I’m thankful and blessed to see another year! Know we all are feeling the uncertainty but I pray that there’s a calmness and stillness that is found through it all.”


The post featured a selfie, which his daughter Riley seemed to have taken, with the NBA player’s girls sitting on him, while his wife carried their son beside Curry.


Ayesha also had a special tribute for her husband on Instagram, where she posted a series of photos alongside a sweet caption.

Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry attend the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards 2016 at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion on July 14, 2016. | Source: Getty Images


COVID-19 has spread to over 85 countries, including the US, in the past three months and has claimed the lives of thousands of people across the globe.

The 30-year-old noted that Curry was right beside her as she posted, but added that “life is too short not to shout how much I love you” from her phone.

The post included three photos: one of the basketball player and his son looking at each other, another of the couple leaning against each other, and the last of Curry with his three kids.


Ayesha and Curry met in a church youth group when they were children and reconnected several years later. Through fate and faith, the two got together and became successful in their own careers.


Recently, reports showed that the athlete was diagnosed with the seasonal flu, which initially has common symptoms with the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus.

Kobe Bryant stands on the court against Stephen Curry on March 6, 2016 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. | Source: Getty Images


However, after being tested, it turned out to be the common flu. Additionally, the player did not exhibit further symptoms of the virus.

Coach Steve Kurr of the Golden State Warriors also confirmed the news but assured reporters that the entire team took the virus outbreak seriously, despite Curry only having the flu.

COVID-19 has spread to over 85 countries, including the US, in the past three months and has claimed the lives of thousands of people across the globe.