Stephen Curry Glows With Joy After His Kids Designed Shoes for Him on His 33rd Birthday (Video)

Stephen Thompson
Mar 16, 2021
04:50 A.M.
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Stephen Curry just celebrated his 33rd birthday, and his children, with little help from their mother, prepared a gift to show their love for him. 
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Stephen Curry turned 33 on Sunday, and in celebration of the big day, his three kids, Riley, Ryan, and Canon, decided to present him with a gift. 

Stephen shared footage documenting what the gift was with his fans, and it melted many hearts. The three adorable toddlers dragged a resigned Stephen around the house on a scavenger hunt in the video. 

Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry at the 2016 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 13, 2016. | Photo: Getty Images

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The hunt eventually led to a pair of shoes the angelic trio had designed for him. The shoe was a custom "Gifted Flow" edition of his Curry Flow 8s.

The range, which is named "The Flow 8," was dropped back in December, and it is the NBA star's pioneer signature design for Under Armour's Curry brand. 

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In the caption that followed the heartwarming footage, Stephen wrote, "Had no clue they knew how to design some shoes, but the scavenger hunt had me all the way confused. Love my unicorn, butterfly, and wolf! Bday Vibes!" 

The proud father also shared news of what his kids got him for his birthday via his Twitter page. He shared a picture of him surrounded by Riley, Ryan, and Canon as they posed with the shoe they gifted him. 

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Stephen loved the shoes so much he wore them in the game his team, the Golden State Warriors, played later that same day. It was a resounding victory that saw him dropping up to 32 points, five rebounds, and nine assists on the Utah Jazz. 

Riley stole the spotlight at the event, and the act generated mixed reactions.

His assists in the game have him within an inch of the franchise record for assists. He has 4854 assists, and Guy Rodger, the holder of the highest number of assists, has 4855. 

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Since it was revealed he would be playing for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA playoffs, there has been much excitement and attention on Stephen's family. His wife Ayesha thinks this brought them even closer to each other as a family. 

The couple has found a way to keep their home as normal as possible given the circumstances. They give their kids priority over anything else they can control. 

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The couple spends a lot of time with their children and they are wholly committed to letting them be themselves no matter where they are. 

In recent times, Stephen even took his oldest daughter Riley along to one of his press conferences— apparently, she wanted to be with him, and he would not refuse her. 

Riley stole the spotlight at the event, and the act generated mixed reactions from some who did not find it cute. Of course, Stephen did not mind, and his wife admitted that she would not have "changed a thing" about it.

Stephen and Ayesha have been married since July 2011. They initially met in 2002, lost contact, then reunited in 2008, and the rest, as they say, is history.

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