It is a rare occasion when brothers face each other in crucial games in the NBA. For Seth Curry it was the biggest highlight of his career.
In an interview to Micah Wimmer of Fansided Seth Curry talked about what it was like to face his brother in the Western Conference Finals while playing for the Portland Trail Blazers.
“It was a surreal moment. You grow up playing against each other in the driveway and then being able to do it on the biggest stage possible, in the Western Conference Finals, was a lot of fun. I want to get another taste of that next year.”
“There’s no awkwardness. We played together enough in the past to get that out of the way. At that point, with those high stakes, it’s all about doing whatever it takes to win the game, to get to the next round. That’s what it was all about.”
The now-Dallas Mavericks guard averaged 7.9 points in 74 regular season games for the Blazer last season.