Stephen Curry’s Daughter Riley Rides Float at Golden State Warriors Victory Parade, Gets Shy: Adorable Photos!

Stephen Curry and his family
Stephen Curry's 2-year-old daughter Riley rode the Oakland Warriors victory parade float with her famous dad on Friday, June 19 Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images

Because she's their biggest fan! Stephen Curry's 2-year-old daughter Riley didn't have to wait for the athlete to get home in order to celebrate his big championship. Instead, the adorable tot got to ride the Golden State Warriors victory parade with the rest of the NBA team on Friday, June 19.

Riley stood in front of her famous dad and mom Ayesha during the huge event, which included at least 500,000 fans cheering from the streets. (On Tuesday, the team won the NBA title against LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers with a score of 105 to 97.)

Riley looked in awe as she watched the crowd and even tried to catch some confetti. But (gasp!) she became quite shy when Stephen, 27, addressed the fans at a podium later in the day. "Way," she said in the mic, before covering her face and turning to the side.

The star's baby girl, of course, has been a highlight throughout the basketball season. She giggled and interrupted Stephen during a press conference on May 19, and even mirrored his signature chest bump move during game 1 of the finals earlier this month.

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