No Boston-area athlete won an ESPY award Wednesday night in Los Angeles. But host Stephen Curry took the opportunity to shoot at the Celtics.

Curry, who led the Warriors past the Celtics to the NBA Finals last week, admitted at the beginning of the ceremony that he was concerned about the Los Angeles crowd not liking him.

He smiled and said, "There's nothing LA loves more than beating Celtics," "So, we're all in it together."

Curry also saw Grant Williams, a Boston forward, in the audience.

Curry exclaimed, "It's great seeing you again," while Williams smiled.

Aliyah Boston and Charlotte North were local nominees, who were nominated as best women's college athletes.

Carles Gil, Cale Makar and others were also nominated with New England roots.

Tom Brady is the only person I know who would rather be hit by Aaron Donald than spend time with a supermodel.

Curry was the show's host. Curry, who was the show's host, said that "We all make choices. Sometimes you don’t understand some of them."

Curry stated, "After celebrating three children's birthdays in two week, I finally get why Tom Brady keeps coming to work." Sometimes, relaxation can be exhausting.

Curry and Ayesha (33), have three children together: Canon, a 4-year-old boy, and Riley, 10 and Ryan, 7 years respectively.

Brady and Curry have been friends for many years. They golf together even when they aren't playing in the same season.

Brady, 44, said in March that he will be returning to the NFL for his 23rd season, and his third season with the Buccaneers.

Curry was also presented with the ESPY Award as Best NBA Player on Wednesday night. He beat out Joel Embiid, the Sixers' center, and Mavericks star Luka Docic to the award.