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Stephen Curry's daughter Riley Curry sings him 'Happy Birthday' in sweet video

NBA star Stephen Curry's adorable daughter, Riley, sang him a sweet rendition of 'Happy Birthday' when he turned 28.
/ Source: TODAY

The cutest kid in basketball is at it again.

Ever since NBA star Stephen Curry's adorable daughter, Riley, joined him in front of reporters at a press conference last May, she's been contending with her father for the spot as the most-loved Curry.

In a video posted to Instagram, Riley, 3, sings "Happy Birthday" to her dad, who turned 28 on Monday. Curry dances along to his daughter's song, and says, "Thank you so much" when she finishes.

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Naturally, Riley breaks into infectious giggles when she hears her dad's approval.

Curry's wife, Ayesha, also wished her husband well, sharing a photo on Instagram and writing, "Happy birthday to the love of my life!!! I can't believe you're 28! I'm so proud of you."

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"Everyday [sic] is better than the last and I can't wait to see what God has in store for you this year," she continued.

The Golden State Warriors star himself also shared a a photo of his birthday cake along with a heartfelt thank you to his followers.

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"Sincerely appreciate all the bday love today!" he wrote. "Blessed to see another year and continue to get better on and more importantly off the court."

Meanwhile, Curry should probably anticipate having another little girl stealing the spotlight at his press conferences. He and Ayesha Curry are also parents to daughter Ryan, who was born in July.

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With that much love and cuteness in his house, how could the basketball phenom not have a happy birthday?