2-year-old Riley Curry returns, is still the best thing to ever happen to NBA post-game press conferences.

2-year-old Riley Curry returns, is still the best thing to ever happen to NBA post-game press conferences.
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Because Steph Curry is as good at making you like him as he is at nailing three-pointers, he brought his adorable and hilarious two-year-old daughter Riley with him to a press conference again.

2-year-old Riley Curry returns, is still the best thing to ever happen to NBA post-game press conferences.

Does LeBron have a daughter this cute and charming? Warriors in 4. (Via YouTube)

Last week, the younger Curry stole the show during a post-game Q&A. As reporters tried to ask boring sports questions to her dad, Riley popped in and out from under the table, waved, and said things like "be quiet, Daddy." She was an instant and delightful media sensation, even if some grumpy sportswriters thought it was inappropriate.

As Curry upped his game to MVP levels this season (he was the MVP, actually), so too did Riley in her second press conference appearance, playing peek-a-boo with a curtain, yawning, quoting Big Sean songs ("I feel blessed!"), and handing off her chewed up gum to an Oracle Arena employee like the true diva she is.

"I think she's taking advantage of the moment, for sure," Curry told the reporter who asked about Riley. "She's way too comfortable."

In other, less interesting news, Curry's Golden State Warriors closed out the Western Conference Finals with a win over the Houston Rockets to advance to its first NBA Finals in 40 years.

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