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Stephen Curry Shares Amazing Pictures Of Himself With His Son Canon And Of Himself With Dell Curry As A Child: "The World Is Yours... Happy 4th Birthday!"

Stephen Curry Shares Amazing Pictures Of Himself With His Son Canon And Of Himself With Dell Curry As A Child: "The World Is Yours... Happy 4th Birthday!"

Stephen Curry made moves in the all-time rankings with a monster season for the Golden State Warriors in 2021-22.  He carried the team throughout the playoffs and made several huge shots while putting up very impressive numbers. This carried on in the NBA Finals as well, earning Finals MVP for the first time in his career. 

Since then, he has been spending time celebrating with his teammates and then following that by spending time with his family. Ayesha Curry shared a video of their son, Canon after their championship that fans loved as well. Steph has always been a family man so it's unsurprising to see that he is now focused on them having done his job for the Warriors. 

Saturday marked the 4th birthday of Curry's son, Canon, and in celebration, Steph posted some wholesome pictures on his Instagram. The first was of Canon sitting on his lap and the second was of Curry himself as a child, sitting on his father Dell's lap. 

"To my son- the World is yours 🙌🏽 you light up the room and already bring joy to everyone you meet. @ayeshacurry and I got you forever. Happy 4th birthday #youngwolf."

Curry's family has an established legacy in the NBA now, with his father Dell and his brother Seth also enjoying long careers as elite sharpshooters in the league. Stephen also set himself apart in a tier of his own earlier in the 2021-22 season, when he surpassed Ray Allen's record for most career three-pointers in NBA history. 

Considering how many NBA legends are seeing their sons get closer and closer to coming into the league, like LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony, it's not crazy to suggest that Canon might one day also want to pursue a career in basketball. Having a third-generation Curry lighting it up from deep would be amazing for NBA fans two decades from now to see.