Steph Curry is the most-well received player in the NBA. The one time he brings his daughter to the post game press conference, that all seems to change.
Riley Curry was undoubtedly the star of the show after the game. Players from Chris Paul to Derrick Rose have brought their children to have them sit on their laps after the game. No big deal.
Brian Windhorst went on ESPN's "First Take" to talk about why bringing Riley was wrong. Windhorst claims he can't ask the questions he wants to if a child is there. What questions those are, he never mentions. Skip Bayless, of course, agrees.
The Warriors tweeted out the perfect response.
Some media members could benefit from lightening up a little. Especially when the conference is full of the media asking the same questions all the time. The ground-breaking stories from these "special questions" aren't made in the quotes that everyone in the room gets.
Steph's father Dell Curry told FTW that press will learn get over it, and his son was still able to do his job.
"They'll get over it," Curry said. "He was still able to do his interview. She didn't stop that at all."