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  • For the first time in history, brothers — @stephencurry30 and @sdotcurry — are up against each other in the @NBA conference finals. That’s a problem for their parents, Dell and Sonya Curry, who have mastered cheering for their basketball star sons — just not at the same time. “I normally don’t get nervous at all,” Dell said. “But this has changed that.” After the 116-94 @warriors win on Tuesday, Sonya said the matchup “was wonderful.” “I got to see my oldest son do what he does and be himself,” she said, referring to Stephen. “I got to see my younger son in his first playoffs, going for a championship and filling his role.” As for their attire, the Currys represented both teams, wearing stitched half-and-half jerseys that the brothers were nice enough to sign. Our reporter @MarcSteinNBA spoke with the Currys about the nerve-racking series. Visit the link in our profile to read more. @jasonhenry shot this photo. #🏀
    The New York Times For the first time in history, brothers — @stephencurry30 and @sdotcurry — are up against each other in the @NBA conference finals. That’s a problem for their parents, Dell and Sonya Curry, who have mastered cheering for their basketball star sons — just not at the same time. “I normally don’t get nervous at all,” Dell said. “But this has changed that.” After the 116-94 @warriors win on Tuesday, Sonya said the matchup “was wonderful.” “I got to see my oldest son do what he does and be himself,” she said, referring to Stephen. “I got to see my younger son in his first playoffs, going for a championship and filling his role.” As for their attire, the Currys represented both teams, wearing stitched half-and-half jerseys that the brothers were nice enough to sign. Our reporter @MarcSteinNBA spoke with the Currys about the nerve-racking series. Visit the link in our profile to read more. @jasonhenry shot this photo. #🏀

    For the first time in history, brothers — @stephencurry30 and @sdotcurry — are up against each other in the @NBA conference finals. That’s a problem for their parents, Dell and Sonya Curry, who have mastered cheering for their basketball star sons — just not at the same time. “I normally don’t get nervous at all,” Dell said. “But this has changed that.” After the 116-94 @warriors win on Tuesday, Sonya said the matchup “was wonderful.” “I got to see my oldest son do what he does and be himself,” she said, referring to Stephen. “I got to see my younger son in his first playoffs, going for a championship and filling his role.” As for their attire, the Currys represented both teams, wearing stitched half-and-half jerseys that the brothers were nice enough to sign. Our reporter @MarcSteinNBA spoke with the Currys about the nerve-racking series. Visit the link in our profile to read more. @jasonhenry shot this photo. #🏀

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khollage - by DENI 1 month ago

This is not a problem people...it’s a well deserved and earned privilege to be able to cheer on not just one but two amazing sons in the NBA!! 🏀🏀