Golden State Warriors player Steph Curry decided to inject some father/daughter time into the post-game press conference after his team won Game 1 of the the Western Conference Finals on May 19. Curry brought his young daughter along while he answered questions from media, and little Riley did her best to steal the spotlight away from dad. The rambunctious toddler interrupted Curry, telling him to "be quiet," waved to the crowd, and crawled around the table and podium.
Some reporters didn't seem to mind. Complex's Chris Yuscavage called Riley's presence "distracting, but cute." One particular reporter, however, wasn't happy with the girl's antics, and expressed his displeasure via Twitter.
Brett Friedlander of North Carolina's Star News Online tweeted:
"Steph Curry's kid is cute. That doesn't mean she should have been at presser. There are professionals on deadlines there w/ jobs to do, too."
The tweet, which was later deleted, was met with some serious backlash from basketball fans. Numerous Twitter users accused Friedlander of overreacting, taking himself and his job too seriously, and not appreciating a genuine father/daughter moment. One fan even told Friedlander, "you sound like a grouchy old man."
The reporter responded with:
"Ah Twitter. If people don't agree w/ you, they call you names & throw out cliches like 'get off my lawn.' So much for intelligent discussion."
What do you think, PopWrappers? Was Riley's presser playtime no big deal, or was she being a nuisance to people trying to do their job? Watch the original video below and let us know what you think.