Steph Curry and his brother, Seth, are playing against each other in the NBA Western Conference Finals with their parents in attendance. Following their parents’ decision to “alternate” who to root for, Steph responded to his parents’ wardrobe from Game 1.
In an interview following Golden State’s 116-94 win over Portland in Game 1, Curry revealed that his mom’s behavior while wearing half of a Trail Blazers jersey was a bit confusing to him.
“I think I caught myself a couple of times looking up at the stands at my parents who did the whole coin flip thing… and they can’t help themselves so anytime either one of us did something good they both were clapping, so they gotta fix themselves,” Curry said. “I told my mom, ‘Who you with?’ When I made a shot I saw her stand up and cheer but I saw all Portland gear and it was just weird. It’s probably more nerve-wracking for them.”
— NBA TV (@NBATV) May 15, 2019
Steph and Seth are the first pair of siblings to play against each other in conference finals history.
Dell and Sonya Curry wore jerseys to Game 1 that featured one son on the front and one son on the back.
Sonya and Dell reppin’ the split Curry jerseys 🔥😂 pic.twitter.com/hgUgtvoKBy
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) May 14, 2019
Steph finished the game with a game-leading 36 points, along with six rebounds, and seven assists in the win.
Seth had three points, three rebounds, and two assists in just under 20 minutes off the bench.
Game 2 is set for Thursday at 9 p.m. E.T.