Steph Curry's young son Canon recently made waves on social media with an adorable video recreating his uncle and Warriors forward Damion Lee's Euro step.
As it turns out, Canon didn't learn the phrase from his two-time NBA MVP-winning father, but from Warriors analyst Kelenna Azubuike on NBC Sports Bay Area's broadcast of Golden State's win over the Toronto Raptors last week.
"My wife was at home watching, and obviously Damion Lee hit the Eurostep, and I think Kelenna went nuts talking about it, and I was over there celebrating, so he put my celebration and Kelenna's Euro step call into his own little vibe," Curry told reporters before the Warriors' flight to Los Angeles on Sunday. "I can't tell you how many times I've watched that video, it's hilarious."
Given that Steph hasn't been on the court due to injury for much of Canon's life, the Warriors star said that the two-year-old is learning from watching his uncles in Lee and Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry.
"Anytime he sees basketball, he either says it's uncle Seth or uncle Damion that are playing, to him I'm not a basketball player yet because I was out all of last year and I was just at home watching basketball with him. So he's aware anytime he sees basketball on, those are the two guys he's talking about, even if it's two random teams, but we'll get there eventually."
Canon clearly has picked up some aspects of his dad's game already, as he showed off a recreation of Steph's signature point to the sky after a big shot.
As Canon grows up, he'll have a lot of highlights of his dad to catch up on, but it's awesome to see him already taking such a liking to the game.