Stephen Curry and Seth Curry are the first brothers in the NBA to play each other in the conference finals, and it has created an awkward dynamic.
Speaking with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, Curry admitted that in Game 1 of the Golden State Warriors’ series against the Portland Trail Blazers, he had “mixed feelings” about playing Seth, especially when guarding him.
Curry recalled a play where Seth had a corner 3-pointer in front of the Warriors bench. Curry said he couldn’t help but contest the shot but didn’t mind if it went in.
“I was like, ‘I’ll be okay if he makes this one,'” Curry said. “I’m gonna still contest really hard so it looks good on film, but I might be okay with him making it.”
Curry said he could “care less” when he’s on offense, however, because he wants to score, regardless of who is guarding him.
“I need to get my buckets,