NBA star Stephen Curry wants wife to keep sex of third...

Stephen Curry

NBA star Stephen Curry wants his wife Ayesha to keep sex of their third baby a secret as long as she can National Basketball Association (NBA) champion Stephen Curry, 29, who is expecting third child with wife Ayesha, told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres that he is the one who is pressuring his wife not to find out the sex of their baby for as long as they can - even though the results are on her phone. When the couple were expecting daughters Riley, 5, and Ryan Carson, 2, they made sure they found out their sex as soon as possible.

"My wife wants to know. So we're right in the middle now. I haven't found out, she hasn't found out. We're kind of figuring out how long we're going to last. It's obviously her decision," said Stephen, who won his first NBA Most Valuable Player Award in 2014-15 season. However, as for their daughters, Stephen said he wouldn't mind if they followed his footsteps and tried basketball. "I would love it. We're the type of parents [who are] going to try to expose them to as much as we can and see what they take to, what they're passionate about," added Stephen.

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