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Image #: 37195897    epa04771731 Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry speaks during a press conference with his daughter Riley (R) after defeating the Houston Rockets in Game five of the NBA Western Conference Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, USA, 27 May 2015. The Warriors will face the NBA Eastern Conference Champions the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Finals.  EPA/MONICA M. DAVEY /LANDOV

Apparently it wasn’t just the Golden State Warriors who felt #blessed after clinching the Western Conference title during last night’s game against the Houston Rockets. Riley Curry (daughter of Warriors star point guard Steph Curry) sang Drake’s memorable chorus to the Big Sean hit “Blessings” during the post-game press conference.

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Riley, who already made one all-star appearance alongside her dad during the series, sounded ready to hop on the remix (to the remix) as she sang, “Waaaay up, I feel blessed.” Drake should probably watch his back (though Champagne Papi wasn’t too concerned — he shared the video on his own Instagram). With Riley Curry singing and Lil B laying down curses on their behalf, the Warriors have, at the very least, the musical advantage going into the finals.

Watch Riley strut her stuff