Steph Curry Jokes About Ayesha Curry’s Tweets: ‘I Might Have To Cut The Wifi In My House’

Steph Curry is ready to make jokes about his wife’s emotional tweets during Game 6 of the NBA Playoffs, USA Today Sports reports.

During the intense match-up between The Warriors and The Cavaliers, Ayesha Curry tweeted that she thought the game was rigged for money. She quickly deleted the tweet but not before someone took a screenshot. It subsequently went viral.

Ayesha later tweeted that the tweet was uncalled for and that it was sent in the “heat of the moment.” She also said that her father was racially profiled that night which caused further strain on her emotions.

“What’s between me and Ayesha, the conversations about what happened, that’s gonna be handled, but other than that, that doesn’t take any spotlight off of what my job is on the floor and what these next 48 minutes are gonna be like in Game 7, so that’s all I’m worried about.” Steph Curry said on Saturday when he was asked about his wife’s tweets.

“I might have to cut the Wi-Fi off at my house, though.” he quipped.

The intense pressure of Game 6 definitely got to the normally even-tempered Curry family. As USA Today Sports reports, Steph Curry was fouled out, threw his mouth guard into the crowd in a fit of frustration, and was ejected from the game. The suspension was the first of Curry’s career. On top of that, The Warriors lost to The Cavs, 115 to 101. On top of all that, Steph Curry was fined $25,000 for throwing the mouth guard, according to Yahoo Sports.

But this isn’t the first time that Ayesha Curry has thrown jabs via her Twitter account.

As Sports Illustrated reports, Ayesha recently fired back at LeBron James for his “taking the high road” comment at Game 4’s post-game conference.

LeBron was responding to a comment from Warriors’ Klay Thompson who said James’ feelings were hurt by all of the trash talk Draymond Green was spouting during the game. James laughed and said, “It’s so hard to take the high road.” To which Ayesha Curry tweeted:

High Road. invisible bridge used to step over said person when open floor is available left to right.

— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) June 12, 2016

Here Ayesha is referring to the fact that LeBron James stepped over Draymond Green after Green fouled him with a hit to the groin. Draymond was slapped with a flagrant foul and was suspended from Game 5.

Now the stage is set for Game 7 which will decide the winner of 2016 NBA Playoffs.

Needless to say each team and each star player will be bringing their best game on Sunday night. Steph Curry said as much in his interview with the press on Saturday. The full transcript of the interview was posted on Talking Points With Tim Wakatami.

“I need to play my best game of the year if not my career because of what the stakes are,” Curry said. “That means controlling the tempo of the game. When I need to be aggressive — well, I need to be aggressive, but when I need to push the envelope, do it, but do it under control. Do it within the schemes that we’re used to as a team. Focus on details on both ends of the floor. All those things go into having a great game, and I need to do that.”

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