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Stephanie Petit
June 13, 2017 08:22 AM

All eyes were on Steph Curry as the Golden State Warriors clinched a game five victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers to secure the NBA Championship, but the attention quickly turned to the basketball star’s two adorable daughters once the confetti came down.

Curry, 29, celebrated the Warriors’ second Championship in three years with his teammates before getting hugs from his family, including 4-year-old Riley and 1-year-old Ryan.

The girls were decked out in the team’s colors — Riley donned a blue ensemble with a yellow bow in her hair while her younger sister coordinated in a yellow outfit with a blue bow. 

Curry held Ryan in his arms as he wore a Championship hat — which Riley decided he should double-up on. He also struggled to keep a straight face as he spoke with NBA reporter Doris Burke after the big win as Riley did a little dance in front of him, throwing her hands in the air and giving a little shake.

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In another cute moment, the NBA star kissed the Larry O’Brien Trophy as Riley used the shiny object as her own personal mirror. In a video, Riley can be seen checking out her reflection and seeing how her hat would look sideways.

The entire family, including Curry’s wife Ayesha, also took a photo with the prize — which was almost the size of Ryan!

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Earlier in the Finals, Curry received some crucial pregame motivation from Riley, jumping and dancing around to Kirk Franklin’s “Brighter Day.”

The athlete’s wife, Ayesha Curry, posted a video of the heartwarming interaction on social media with the caption “Best Daddy” alongside a trophy emoji and heart faces.

Riley has been known to steal the show from her dad — including her adorable past appearances at the 2015 NBA Finals and during his post-game interviews.

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