Ayesha Curry, Golden State Warriors‘ guard Stephen Curry’s wife, continues to develop her restaurant chain and recently opened her fourth International Smoke, this time in Del Mar, California.

Ayesha celebrated by casually dancing next to her husband, but the clip went viral and sent Twitter to do its thing.

Curry saw the tweets about his wife’s dancing, and took it into his own hands. “Slow news day today I see. Just make sure you send me video of you dancing at your own restaurant opening,” Curry said on his Instagram story after the clip went viral, with his wife laughing in the car. “Because we going to keep Milly Rocking until it happens.”

Curry is on his summer break after losing in the NBA Finals to Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors. Kevin Durant obtained an injury against the Houston Rockets, and tried to play in the Finals before tearing his Achilles. Durant has since moved to the Brooklyn Nets, alongside Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan. Last year’s Nets star D’Angelo Russell was traded to the Warriors to play alongside Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. NBA analysts questioned the acquisition of Russell, saying they don’t know how the Warriors would line up with such a small squad. Analysts believed they would use Russell as a trading piece to acquire a taller talent, but general manager Bob Myers seems to favor him remaining in the Bay Area.


“I know it’s been written and speculated and that’s fine, that’s what everybody’s job is to do. We didn’t sign him with the intention of just trading him,” Myers said, according to CBS Sports. “We haven’t even seen him play in our uniform yet and a lot of people have us trading him. That’s not how we’re viewing it. Let’s just see what we have, let’s see what he is, let’s see how he fits.”

When Thompson returns from injury, the Warriors could have four All-Stars starting, all under 6-foot-7. The team would easily be the smallest lineup in the NBA. At the same time, Myers won’t openly say to the media that he is looking to trade Russell right after acquiring him. When the start of the NBA season comes, we will see what the Warriors plan to do with their small lineup.

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