Steph Curry is a dad for the third time

Ruben Ruiz
July 6, 2018

The Golden State Warriors star and his wife, Ayesha, took to social media on Wednesday to announce the birth of their bouncing baby boy.

The couple appeared on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show in February when Ayesha was about four-and-a-half months pregnant.

Riley became an internet sensation in 2015 when she joined her father at a postgame press conference.

Others thought they'd keep having kids until they had a son, some thinking that the National Basketball Association lineage needed to be passed from Steph to his son. Stephen wrote, "On this journey, on this quest. protect me".

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According to Ayesha's Instagram page, Canon was born early on July 2 and now the Curry's are a family of five. "I'm bless!" the basketball superstar captioned the snapshot before revealing his baby boy's name. "Family of 5!" she wrote. "Curry party of 5. Yippie! #curryfor3", Ayesha, 29, posted at the time, wearing a "Preggers" T-shirt.

She posted a pic of her baby bump, joking on Instagram, "Heyyyy how did this happen?!‍♀️". Praising God because I can finally eat and cook a little bit again!

Steph also confirmed the news with a photo from the hospital room.

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