Every time a Warriors vs 76ers game takes place, it becomes a family reunion for Steph Curry, Seth Curry, and Damion Lee. Last night, it was more spontaneous as the three of them were in the court at the same time.
Steph Curry was phenomenal last night while the other two family members got dimmed. Steph scored 49 points which is almost half of the total score of 107. However, it was fun to watch Steph scoring against his brother Seth. Besides, Damion Lee also added 12 points against his brother-in-law Seth Curry.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr thinks the Warriors vs 76ers game was a really enjoyable moment for the Curry family. “It was really fun for the family to watch and Damian Lee had a good game too so you know a lot of good family stuff tonight for the curries,” the coach conveyed.
The last time the Curry family met in the arena was on March 24, 2021. But that Warriors vs 76ers was not much impulsive as both Steph and Seth Curry were sidelined due to the injury.
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It was truly a night for the Curries as the three family members accumulated 76 points. However, among them, Steph made the night more enjoyable. He hit ten 3-pointers and led the Warriors to a 107-96 win against the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia 76ers.
On the other hand, Seth Curry scored 15 points with five assists, and his overall performance was down in front of his brother. Besides, Lee played 32 minutes and completed six rebounds with 12 points.
After Saturday’s disappointing loss to the Boston Celtics that stopped a four-game win streak, Golden State seems back to the track again through the Warriors vs 76ers game. With the win over the 76ers, the Warriors stepped into the ninth position on the point table.
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