The rebound is real! Both Dell Curry and Sonya Curry brought their respective boos along with them to watch their son, Steph Curry, and son-in-law, Damion Lee, play in Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Finals. More inside…
Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Finals between the Celtics and the Warriors was all about rebounds…off the court.
It’s no secret Dell Curry and Sonya Curry have called it quits after she filed for divorce last June. And since the filing, things have gotten messy! The former couple has accused one another of cheating throughout their 33-year marriage. Sonya accused Dell of sleeping with multiple women while throughout their three-decade union. It allegedly got so bad, it ended up being an“open family secret” where their family and friends KNEW about his infidelity.
On the flip side, Dell accused Sonya of "acts of illicit sexual misconduct" prior to their separation, and then lying about living with another man, who happens to be former New England Patriots tight end Steve Johnson.
A year later, the former couple is moving on with their lives with their new partners.
Dell Curry, 57, showed up to Game 4 of the NBA Finals with a new chick on his arm to watch the Warriors finish out a nail biter against the Celtics.
The retired NBA star was spotted celebrating with a blonde woman after Steph hit a MAJOR 3-pointer. Watch below:
NBA Twitter saw the clip and quickly reacted:
Dell Curry hitting 3s post NBA. This downgrade is crazy. https://t.co/zTDSqErgRJ
— CHRISTIAN HELLISH (@CLONEKID_) June 11, 2022
Dell Curry pullin up from mid range pic.twitter.com/0g4ik4pu2G
— Seth Mayfield (@Sethmay013) June 11, 2022
Damn Dell Curry hugged up with Marjorie Taylor Greene
— Nelly (@ceonelly) June 11, 2022
Folks saw Dell Curry, stopped watching the game & put this hat on pic.twitter.com/zs4aK63JAL
— LizzLocker (@Lizzs_Lockeroom) June 11, 2022
The bar I’m at was LOUD when they saw Dell Curry’s new girl
— Ted Nguyen (@FB_FilmAnalysis) June 11, 2022
Sonya Curry, 56, also showed up with her beau, Steve Johnson. In the clip below, you can see him standing behind Sonya as she hugged Steph after the game. Steph even dapped him up:
Steph and Sonya Curry celebrate a huge win in Boston pic.twitter.com/a1iKI1iS9M
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 11, 2022
Twitter reacted to Mama Curry’s new man as well:
Yes Dell Curry is down bad but y’all acting like Sonya out here w/ elite milk pic.twitter.com/QBlda7ncqZ
— 70’s Baby (@HumbleBrag310) June 11, 2022
Just remember Sonya and Dell Curry left each other for white folk pic.twitter.com/8Zu6yq69FC
— Crespo Akwasi Sarfo (@crespo_sarfo) June 11, 2022
I Ain’t Finna Let Y’all Shit On Dell Curry When Sonya Cheated With This Mf pic.twitter.com/RUKe1UtYCD
— CW (@AKidFromCleOH) June 11, 2022
Wait so Dell and Sonya Curry really out trading ex spouses!? pic.twitter.com/uiicXhX9R4
— Freida Slaves (@cxrodge) June 11, 2022
And Sonya Curry was at the game looking like a Creole snack.
— klarna kween (@onewhoisheard) June 11, 2022
The former couple, who met at Virginia Tech University as student athletes, got married in 1988 before separating in March 2020. They have three grown children, Steph (34), Seth (31) and Sydel Curry (27), and several grandchildren. By the way, Seth - who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets - celebrated his 31st birthday the same day the divorce news broke. Ugh.
By the way, Sydel was in the audience to cheer her husband Damian on.
In an interview with The Ringer, Steph Curry got candid about what it's been like dealing with his parent's divorce.
“It’s challenging for sure,” the Golden State Warriors point guard said. “I could be mad and be like, ‘Y’all effed this up.’ I could have that approach. But it’s going to be an acknowledgment of both of y’all in terms of how y’all raised me. The calmness I have in myself is because of y’all.”
Mama Curry said hearing how he feels about the divorce makes her sad, however, she’s fulfilled knowing what she poured into all three of her children is coming back full-fold.
“Well, at first, I was saddened, because yes, I know that this isn't something easy for anybody.” She continued, “This is a hard thing. And to feel like you cause other people pain in any situation is difficult. So for me to find a way to process that, that I could have caused pain to someone else. But then also I was just happy and fulfilled to know that the parenting and all the love and the nurturing that we've poured into our children is coming out that way and he's able to express that, just made me so proud because now it's like they're giving to me, everything I poured into them is coming back to me full-fold and it's such a blessing.”
At least everyone is cordial in public spaces.
The Warriors defeated the Celtics in Game 4, 107-97, tying up the series (2-2). Game 5 of the NBA Finals will go down Monday, June 13th at 9pm EST inside the Chase Center in San Francisco. Who you got?!