Warriors star Steph Curry's daughter didn't cook up any ham, but she sure brought it.
Indeed, 14-year-old Gokul Venkatachalam took his talents to the bee.
The artist formerly known as Ron Artest shows he's still got it.
After Game 1 in the Warriors-Rockets playoff series, the Golden State star's young daughter stole the show.
The Jets wide receiver had a front-row seat for the Eagles quarterback's skills when both played in Denver.
Called "I Feel Like Going On: Life, Game, And Glory," the tome is slated to come out in October.
That seems unlikely, but it wold have been a devastating trio.
The Detroit center was as good as his word.
Kelly also said that he had tried to reach out to McCoy, but the running back twice wouldn't take his call.
He's hoping that some of her massive success rubs off and helps him get his first win of the season.
The defensive lineman did suggest, though, that bug-eating teammate Ben Jones would be a breakout star.
The former Pistons big man, who had more than his share of playoff battles with Jordan's Bulls, said that James "can do more."
Who knew modern technology could produce such retro 8-bit graphics?