Steph Curry’s Parents Sat In Opposite Sections During His Record-Breaking Night, Dell Curry Seen Chatting Up Former Playboy Playmate Ana Cheri
Steph Curry’s dad, Dell Curry, appears to be gearing up for a hot boy winter!
On Tuesday (Dec. 14) Steph Curry, 33, made headlines for setting a new NBA record for 3-pointers. The Golden State Warriors guard shot his 2,974th career 3-pointer during the 1st quarter of the game against the New York Knicks, breaking Ray Allen’s record for the most in league history.
Steph celebrates the moment with Ray Allen ? pic.twitter.com/4Nmbyvmy7O
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) December 15, 2021
Many of Steph Curry’s loved ones were in the building to watch him make history, including his dad, retired NBA player Dell Curry, 57. Reportedly, in addition to showing his son love, Dell Curry spent some time that night chatting with former Playboy Playmate Ana Cheri.
During an interview, Ana Cheri shared that she and some friends unexpectedly sat courtside next to Dell during the Warriors vs. Knicks game. She added that the former Charlotte Hornets player was really kind to her and her friends. When asked if Dell asked for her number Ana Cheri answered,
Another person who was in attendance for Steph Curry’s iconic night was his mother Sonya Curry, 55. As previously reported, news broke earlier this year that, after 33 years of marriage, Sonya Curry filed for divorce from Dell.
The former love birds estranged relationship might still be a little shaky. Fans couldn’t help but notice that Steph Curry’s parents sat in opposite sections as they watched their son make history. Despite the night being a memorable one for the Curry family, the pair reportedly never said a single word to one another. Thankfully, Steph was able to find both of his parents and celebrates with them separately.
Greatest. Shooter. Ever. pic.twitter.com/YAjNe7CytG
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 15, 2021
After setting the all-time three-point record, Steph hugs his mom, Sonya. ?? pic.twitter.com/ykqFYnFxMQ
— NBA (@NBA) December 15, 2021
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