Here's a sentence that won't make sense to anyone who spent the last week unplugged: Devon Still's daughter, Leah, has put out a Whip/Nae Nae dance challenge to NBA Finals sensation Riley Curry.
Yes, it does feel gross to be discussing this coming together of famous children of athletes. But each has been a big story over the past year for different reasons.
Leah Still's ongoing fight with cancer has become a touching story throughout the sports world, while Riley Curry's hilarious appearances with her MVP father Stephen Curry became a part of the NBA's narrative this season.
Now the 5-year-old Still wants to square off with 3-year-old Curry in a dance set to Silentó‘s "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)."
I showed Leah the video of Riley doing the whip and all she kept sayin was daddy she can't do it better then me... so I said if that's how you feel then challenge her to a dance off so @stephencurry30 the challenge has been sent #RileyKilledTheWhip #ButLeahPracticeThisDanceSoMuchSheBeFeelingHerself #SheLoveSeeingRileyOnTv
The Nae Nae has become a big dance hit in recent weeks, with sports figures as famous as J.J. Watt trying their own hand at the dance.
Leah Still, who earlier this month won the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the ESPYs, was a fan of watching Riley Curry during the NBA playoffs this summer.
For her third birthday, Riley's mom, Ayesha Curry, posted this video of her dancing he Nae Nae at their home:
No word yet on whether Riley will accept the challenge. Maybe it's an opportunity to use the friendly contest as a way to raise pediatric cancer awareness. Maybe the son of 49ers receiver Torrey Smith can get in the mix: