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‘Just Like Old Times’- Steph Curry Becomes Nostalgic Facing Brother Seth Curry While Recalling Their Previous NBA Battles

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The Curry family has lit up the NBA for a few decades now. From Dell Curry becoming the greatest scorer in the history of the Charlotte Hornets in 2002 to his sons, Seth and Steph Curry, two brothers plying their trades for different franchises.

On Monday night, the two brothers faced off against one another when the 76ers played against the Warriors. It was a treat to watch the brothers guard each other with sheer animosity and determination. However, Steph emerged as the victor after an intense game.

In the post-game press conference, the 33-year-old was asked about how it felt to play against his brother. He replied, “Absolutely, every single time he disarmed me and also got under my skin. Especially in that first five minutes, I couldn’t figure it out. He came out with that look and got one right in my face. It was just like old times.”

He continued, “I always love the opportunity of playing against him. We both grew up in the NBA, playing against each other, creating memories. It is special. Thankfully I figured it out down the stretch. However, that first quarter was really rough up against him.”

Steph Curry was the star performer in this game as he finished with a mammoth 49 points to his name. Moreover, he also racked up five assists and three rebounds during the course of the match. His younger brother, Seth, scored 15 points and also delivered five assists for the Philly outfit.

 

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After the game, everyone was in awe of Steph Curry’s performance. He took the responsibility upon himself with his side fighting to secure a playoff berth and guided his team to a valuable victory.

“There’s something beautiful about it. It really is an art,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “What he’s doing is amazing to watch. Moreover, nobody in the history of this game has ever done what he’s doing right now.”

The Golden State Warriors are ninth in the Western Conference standings. At the moment, they are not in contention for the playoff spots. On the other hand, The Philadelphia 76ers find themselves at the top of the Eastern Conference standings and look set to performing well in the postseason.

 

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