Stephen Curry is busy preparing for the NBA Finals, but that hasn't stopped the media from asking him about his two-year old daughter, Riley.
On Monday, the NBA MVP was asking the following question:
"Has Riley's popularity surpassed your own?"
"In the Bay Area for sure, because when we go out now, they're all asking where she's at," Curry answered. "We went to Toys "R" Us the other day, and little girls are asking their dad, 'Can they talk to Riley?' Because they saw her on TV and all that kind of stuff. So it's fun.
"Riley has no idea what's going on, so we like it like that. Keep letting her be a fun little girl growing up."
Follow-up question: "How does your wife deal with having two stars in the household?"
"It's fun," Curry answered while laughing. "We all kind of laugh and joke about it. You scroll through the TV and you might see something pop up, or see Riley yawning in my lap at the podium. Or I'll see Ayesha doing her cooking segments.
"Just a lot of back and forth going on, and joking and poking at each other. It's a fun time. You want to enjoy it and appreciate the personalities I got in my family."
How did Riley become a household name?
On May 29, she took the internet and social media by storm.
After Steph scored 34 points in the Warriors' 110-106 win over the Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, she joined her dad at the podium for the first time in her life.
As Steph began answering a question from a reporter, Riley interjected.
"That's too loud, daddy," she said.
"I know. Hold on one second, OK," Steph responded.
"Be quiet," Riley fired back.
She then yawned, waved at reporters repeatedly and hid under the table while playing "peek-a-boo," before eventually walking off the stage.
Eight days later, Steph celebrated advancing to the NBA Finals by bringing Riley back to the podium for Round 2.