Stephen Curry has a hilarious idea to stop wife Ayesha's controversial tweets
After Stephen Curry was ejected near the end of the Warriors' loss to the Cavaliers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, his wife, Ayesha, lost her temper on Twitter, and let the whole world know exactly how she felt.
It's obviously not a great look to have the two-time MVP's significant other suggest that the NBA is fixed, so she deleted the tweet a short time later and followed up with the requisite apology.
Curry was asked about this at Saturday's media availability in advance of Sunday night's Game 7, and wisely made light of the somewhat silly situation.
"There is nothing really that's going to distract me from what's happening on the court," Curry said. "Yeah, I get asked about it, and what's between me and Ayesha is — the conversations about what happened, that's gonna be handled. But other than that, that doesn't take any spotlight off of what my job is on the floor and what these next 48 minutes are going to be like in Game 7. So that's kind of all I'm worried about."
"I might have to cut the Wi-Fi off at my house, though," he added with a laugh.