Wife Aisha gifted Stephen Curry a toilet to boost his performance and the ‘Three Point God’ reaction was priceless

Stephen Curry had a great season in 2015 when he put on a great performance. One of the things that did him well in court was a gift he received from his wife. This success was the result of his new gift, a new robotic toilet. During an interview with ESPN, Stephen shared his experience and how his game has changed as a result.

Stephen shared his happiness with his fans as soon as he got this gift from Ayesha on Twitter. He said in his tweet: “So my wife bought me a new toilet for our house. You know, one of those automatic. And I’m hype!!! Yes that’s it, good night!” #congrats.”

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During the interview, he also discussed this strange tweet he sent. Anyone who knows Stephen knows how much he enjoys spending time there. Once, Aisha herself told ESPN, “I’ve never seen a man more passionate about anything.”

There was no doubt that this was the best gift Aisha could give Stephen, especially because of the excitement he showed during his interview.

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In response to a question about how important the toilet is to his game, Stephen replied: Oh man, this toilet makes me happy in life. And when you’re happy, you play better. I bet if you did a case study of my performance since I got on the toilet, you’d see the difference.”

Has Stephen Curry’s performance improved since receiving this gift?

Curry’s reaction after Ayesha gave him a toilet to boost his performance was invaluable. As asked in the interview if he had reached fate when he posted that particular tweet online, he replied: “I was in Minnesota when Aisha told me this. The next day I had 46 [points]. “

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Even if we carefully examine why the season has performed since the gift, we can notice some differences. Like Curry, before getting on the toilet, he had 31.9 points in 52% field goal shooting, 45% in three-point shooting, 5.3 rebounds, 5.8 assists, and 2.7 steals.

February 19, 2022; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Golden State Warriors players Stephen Curry and his wife Aisha Curry interact on stage during Saturday night’s All-Star NBA 2022 at Rocket Mortgage Field House. Mandatory credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Upon getting the new toilet, Curry put in 32.7 points in 54% field goal shooting, 48% three-point shooting, 4.6 rebounds, 5.9 assists, and 1.9 steals.

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