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Brian Windhorst And Ric Bucher Face Twitter Backlash For Comments About Steph Curry’s Daughter Riley

What type of lowly, miserable, and dissatisfied person takes a piss in the sippy cup of a 2-year-old? Apparently, those type of people are called “journalists”. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Bleacher Report radio host Ric Bucher have both weighed in on the moment that took social media by storm last night, Steph Curry’s adorable “OMG I wanna eat her alive” daughter Riley Curry.

The NBA MVP’s daughter (who is a spitting image of her father) was present at the post-game press conference and absolutely stole the show with her hilarious antics, much to the dismay of the Windhorsts and the Buchers of the world.

During his appearance on NBA Tonight, Windhorst stated the he believes that children have no business at a press conference where reporters trying to do their jobs and ask tough questions. He went on to say that perhaps the NBA should enforce a ban on players’ children in those settings.

Bucher, on the other hand, took to Twitter to express his feelings on the matter via a bad joke that questioned whether or not Steph was a good father:

This lil’ quip got Ric in big trouble with sports and skeptical-of-white-folks Twitter.

He tried to walk it back, but the toothpaste was already out of the tube.

Flip the page to see people come to Riley’s defense in 140 characters or less.

Image via Twitter

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