Steph Curry's Daughter Riley Steals His Thunder Again, Sings Drake

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Riley Curry needs her own TV show.

After stealing the show at dad Steph Curry's press conference last week, the bright-eyed two-year-old was back Wednesday night to celebrate the Golden State Warrior's Western Finals victory over the Houston Rockets. And she did it in the best way ever.

While sitting on her dad's lap (for five seconds) at the postgame press conference, Riley grabbed the mic and started singing a few of Drake's lyrics from Big Sean's "Blessings." Seriously, she said, "I'm waaay up, I feel blessed"...twice (Drake couldn't help but post a clip of her performance).

She then proceeded to play peek-a-boo under a black curtain and walked to her dad completely covered in it as if she were a ghost. Riley also had a dance party, bouncing around in back of the podium, yawned dramatically while sitting on her dad's lap and told him to "be quiet" and "stop talking." We're not sure why he didn't, considering this was clearly her moment to shine.
Houston Rockets v Golden State Warriors - Game Five"I think she's taking advantage of the moment for sure," Steph said with a laugh as she bounced around at one point. "She's definitely very comfortable." Riley eventually was escorted off the podium so her dad could finish up the conference, but, we're hoping this isn't the last time we'll see her up there.

The NBA baller's mini me sparked a little controversy after her first press conference appearance, when a few sports writers complained that kids shouldn't be allowed on the podium because it wastes too much time. Steph ignored that chatter and brought her again...and we couldn't be more thankful.

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