With the coronavirus sticking more and more people at home, Ayesha Curry, 30, uses it as a perfect opportunity to remind people how through her favorite thing they can reconnect with their family: cooking! She kept on to her precious 20-month-old son Canon Curry as she told fans in an Instagram story video, “So…since we’re all about to be locked up in the house we’re going to be cooking a lot more,” Canon wiggled on her lap. She went on to chat about how some of her range of marble pot cooking utensils is still available from QVC. Canon meanwhile was not paying attention, looking about in front of him and hitting things.
The only son of Steph Curry looks so adorable in a yellow beanie, and a light green jean jacket matching his eyes.“So get your marble pots while they’re still available. Right? Say ‘Oh yeah,’” she told Canon, “This is how to get your marble pots while still usable. Right? who gave a clear, major” Oh yeah!”At the behest of his mother.
Because of the worries over coronavirus spreading, the Golden State Warriors team of Ayesha’s husband Steph has become the first NBA squad to declare that they will play their games in a vacant arena without fans. The City of San Francisco declared on March 11 that events with crowds of 1,000 or more people would be prohibited, and the team promised to cooperate. Since last season the Dubs relocated out of Oakland’s Oracle Arena and are now playing in the Chase Center in SF.
Which means that Ayesha no more cheering on her guy court side any more impressive videos. Steph eventually returned to the court on March 5, thanks to a fractured wrist, after the three-time NBA champ sat out the last four months.