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"Whoever You End Up With In Life, Make Sure They Look At You Like Steph Looks At Ayesha," Overtime Gives Life Advice With A Viral Tweet

"Whoever You End Up With In Life, Make Sure They Look At You Like Steph Looks At Ayesha", Overtime Gives Life Advice With A Viral Tweet

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is certainly winning at life. Be it on or off the court, he is doing incredibly well.

Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha Curry recently made an appearance at the Met Gala 2021. The couple looked stunning and caught the eye of many fans from all around the globe.

Popular Twitter page Overtime posted a video of the couple. In the video, Curry is admiring the beauty of his wife and looks awestruck in it. The page captioned the video:

"Whoever you end up with in life, make sure they look at you like Steph looks at Ayesha."

The video amassed 2.2 million views from all around the globe. Let's admit it the caption played a role in it. Fans reacted to the post in various ways. For some reason, a lot of them were quite bitter about this video and they didn't hold back in their comments at all.

Well, whatever be the case, it is good to see them happy. Recently, the Curry family has had a lot on their plates following the divorce of Steph's parents.

As for Curry's NBA career, he made a comeback last season after dealing with a hand injury. Despite his best efforts, Curry failed to carry the Warriors to a deep playoff run. 

In the upcoming season, he and the Warriors will be hoping to forget the last couple of seasons and start a new era. Since Klay Thompson is also set to return to the roster, they are one of the favorites to come out of the West.

The job won't be easy by any means since teams like the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Lakers are in the West. If the Dubs want to return to their glory days, they need their leader Steph Curry to lead the team from the front.

This shouldn't be a difficult task for him and he has done this on numerous occasions in the past. Curry might even win the NBA MVP award as he proved last season he is far from done right now and has a few good years left in him.