Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is arguably one of the best shooters in the NBA. The point guard is a three-time NBA Finals champion and two-time MVP honoree thanks to his impeccable shooting skills.

Off of the hardwood, the 32-year-old and his wife Ayesha Curry, a cookbook author, are proud parents of three. Thanks to social media, fans can follow the Currys tackle raising their children while balancing successful careers.

From cooking together to practicing jump shots, it's safe to say the family of five maintain an active lifestyle year-round. For those unfamiliar with the superstar bunch, read on for more information about the three little ones.

Oldest daughter Riley was born in 2012

One year after marrying Ayesha, the couple welcomed daughter Riley in 2012. Basketball fans were introduced to Riley during a 2015 NBA Finals post-game interview when she recited an infamous line from rapper Big Sean's hit "Blessings."

"I'm way up, I feel blessed," the young Curry said. 

Though the moment was adorable, the NBA star admits he regrets exposing Riley at such an early age to the media.

"One thing I do technically regret in terms of how fast this all came is when I brought Riley on the podium," the Davidson alum said to The Undefeated's David Dennis Jr in February 2019.

"I didn’t know how much that would blow up and how much of a splash she [would make] on the scene," he added. "If I could take that one back, I probably would, just because my goal is just to … give my kids the best chance at success and at seeing the world in the proper way … trying to give our kids the best chance to be successful and have a normal life in terms of treating people the right way, having respect, not getting too bigheaded and feeling like everything’s about them."

Ayesha opened up about how she talks to Riley about racial injustice

Like millions of parents nationwide, Ayesha is grappling with the responsibility of explaining the ongoing discrimination against Black Americans. In an interview with with Self magazine published August 13, she opened up about how her parents communicated instances of prejudice with her and how she used that as inspiration to educate Riley.

"I go through so many emotions. Sometimes I want to cry. Some­times, seeing people from all walks of life stand up for justice and fight for what’s right, makes me feel like, 'Wow, people are inherently good, and the universe is giving us an opportunity to weed out the bad,'" the 31-year-old said.

"I think about my par­ents experiencing this, and their parents experiencing this, and I’m like, I don’t want my children to have to experience this. There’s this intense and innate need to make sure we see it through, so this doesn’t continue."

In 2015, the couple welcomed a second child

Daughter Ryan made her debut in 2015, solidifying Steph's status as a two-time #GirlDad. Alongside Riley and Ryan, Steph and Ayesha endorsed presidential nominee Joe Biden at this year's Democratic National Convention. 

Steph asked both daughters: "What would you say if you knew that Joe Biden was going to have a woman as his vice president?"

"Surprised and happy," Riley responded.

Beyoncé's next back-up dancers?

Riley and Ryan are also huge fans of Beyoncé. So much so that Ayesha documented Riley performing the choreography to the singer's "Already" from Disney's Black is King visual production. Ryan stays comfortably on the edge of the truck shimmying along.

The Curry family grew to five in in 2018

Steph and Ayesha were officially outnumbered in 2018 after welcoming son Canon. Just like his older sisters, the youngest Curry already has a personality of his own. 

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In a society where authenticity is rare, it's refreshing to see a family share their love of sports, food, faith and most importantly, children.