Steph Curry epically trolls Celtics fans with posts after NBA Finals win

Self-proclaimed “Petty King” Steph Curry was in full force Thursday night after the Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 6 to win their fourth NBA Finals in eight seasons.

Golden State’s 103-90 win and Curry’s subsequent Finals MVP honor were both made all the sweeter thanks to some brutal back-and-forths between the team’s star players and Celtics fans throughout the series.

Between NSFW chants targeting Draymond Green and claims that Ayesha Curry can’t cook, opposing fans were all over the track, which comes with a competitive finals series from day one.

Curry told reporters Wednesday that he enjoyed the Boston barbs. He was asked about this because he interfered after Game 5 by wearing a t-shirt that said “Ayesha Curry CAN cook”.

So it’s really no surprise that the four-time NBA champion decided to give Celtics fans a few final punches before the night was over.

First, Curry took to Twitter with his signature “night-night” pose, putting the Celtics to bed one last time — a post that has garnered nearly a million likes.

He then decided to support Boston’s cause by epicly posing with one of her “Ayesha Curry can’t cook” shirts and posting it to his Instagram story with a simple message: “Bye Boston!”

The two chef emojis—one for Chef Ayesha and one for Chef Curry—were really the icing on the cake of a perfect farewell.

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But Curry didn’t necessarily have to post those photos to get his message across after ending Game 6 with 34 points with six 3s, seven assists and seven rebounds. However, he wouldn’t be the little king if he didn’t take the opportunity to have the last word.

Curry sees everything. And finally he had the last laugh.

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