Ayesha Curry Says Family’s Faith In Jesus Helped Them Accept, Move on from NBA Finals Loss

(PHOTO: CARY EDMONDSON-USA TODAY SPORTS) Jun 19, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry talks with his wife Ayesha Curry during the Golden State Warriors 2015 championship celebration in downtown Oakland.
(PHOTO: CARY EDMONDSON-USA TODAY SPORTS)
Jun 19, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry talks with his wife Ayesha Curry during the Golden State Warriors 2015 championship celebration in downtown Oakland.

While it was hard for Steph Curry to hide his disappointment when his Golden State Warriors lost the NBA Finals championship to the Cleveland Cavaliers last month, his wife, Ayesha, says it’s their faith in Jesus Christ that has enabled them to accept it and move on.

“My faith is a foundation of everything that I do. It’s what keeps our family strong and it’s what keeps us going on a daily basis,” Ayesha told Haute Living in the July issue of the magazine. “It’s what makes the losses OK. Nothing is ever really that bad.”

The budding chef and food entrepreneur admitted that she doesn’t have many words for her husband about his loss, but insists “there is a bigger picture.”

“It was such a long season that it was bittersweet. You do what you can,” she continued. “Sometimes the outcome is not what you want it to be and that’s what happened in this case. But life goes on … there is always an opportunity to do it again.”

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
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