Live updates for the 6th game of the NBA Finals: Golden State vs. Boston Celtics

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After Game 5, Stephen Curry walked out to his post-game press conference wearing a gray T-shirt that read, “Ayesha Curry CAN CAN.”

His shirt responded to a sign outside the bar in Boston, near Fanway Park, that read in chalk, “Aisha Kuri Can’t Make It.”

It was Steven’s wife of more than 10 years, Aisha Carrie, who makes cooking a central part of her public persona. He wrote a cookbook, starred in the Food Network show and opened restaurants.

And that was just one example among Celtics fans and Golden State players in this series. During his 43-point blast in Game 4, the door screamed in the stands. During Games 3 and 4, TD Garden fans in Boston chanted “Dreymond Green” and Clay Thompson, which Thompson sarcastically called “real class.”

At this point in his career, Kari enjoys sparring.

“I am a petty king, so I know everything,” he said on Wednesday. “I use it for fun and I just enjoy it.”

He understands that this is caused by how much the championship could mean for the city.

“Maybe that day, the first year, the first two years, something might bother you just because it’s very new,” Karim said. “You are wondering how these narratives, the distractions here and there, appear. I think the more you enter this environment, the more you use it for fun, entertainment, master it.

“To be honest, you do not want to be different because you know you are on this stage and you are playing for something that is really important to many.”

The bar, Game On, near Fenway Park, also noticed a doorbell ringing at his sign.

On Wednesday, she posted a photo on Instagram of a group of people wearing Celtic green T-shirts that read, “Aisha Can’t Make Doors,” with a new sign. This one said, “Steph, saying that his wife can cook is the same as telling your mother that you are nice.”

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