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Warriors vs. Blazers, Game 1: Steph Curry’s parents find a way to support both sons

Steph Curry and brother Seth will become the first brothers to face off in a conference finals series when the Warriors face the Blazers tonight.

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When the Golden State Warriors face the Portland Trail Blazers tonight in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, there will be a little history made regardless of the game’s outcome.

As reported by Elias when the Blazers advanced past the Denver Nuggets, Steph Curry and brother Seth will become the first siblings to face off against each other in a conference finals series.

Of course, that created a dilemma for the Curry’s parents: who do they support?

As reported by Ali Thanawalla of NBC Sports Bay Area, the Curry’s had a coin flip to decide who would wear what jersey — the most neutral way possible to both support sons on opposing sides without having to pick favorites. In the end, Dell Curry ended up getting Steph’s jersey to wear while Sonya Curry will wear Seth’s jersey.

But of course, that’s all fluff; on the court, Steve Kerr was able to exploit the annals of sibling rivalry video for scouting purposes. Apparently, deep study reveals that the Warriors should force Seth Curry left.

This should be a fun series — let’s enjoy it.

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