The Golden State Warriors' tantalizing backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have been the marquee players so far in this year's NBA playoffs. While they obliterated the Houston Rockets on the court with a 104-90 win during Game 5, off the court, someone else has morphed into the biggest star. Last night (May 27), Steph Curry's daughter returned to the postgame interview room and delivered a scintillating rendition of Big Sean's "Blessings" after the Warriors sealed their ticket to the NBA Finals.

Riley won the hearts of millions last week when the league's MVP decided to bring her along for his postgame press conference following Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. This time around, the adorable 2-year-old managed to steal the show again while sitting comfortably on her father's lap.

The toddler decided to sing Big Sean's "Blessings," off his Dark Sky Paradise album. "Way up, I feel blessed," she sang. Riley continued to sing the song for the amusement of the reporters in attendance. She slayed her rendition seamlessly and managed to once again put smiles on the faces of those in the room, including her father.

As for the Golden State Warriors, they will play LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals next week starting June 4. If Golden State manages to make some noise and squeak past the Cavs, you can expect a full-fledged concert from little Riley Curry.

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