Even though he’s already been eliminated with the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry is still following the playoffs closely. And the playmaker would be fully behind his brother Seth Curry.
Eliminated in the play-in by the Los Angeles Lakers with the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry still follows the playoffs with a keen eye. Indeed, the 33-year-old point guard knows that a member of his family is still up for grabs in the competition: Seth Curry, who plays for the Philadelphia 76ers. Doc Rivers’ men have the advantage so far in their series against the Atlanta Hawks (2-1) and could even widen the lead overnight from Monday to Tuesday. In any case, Stephen Curry is fully behind his brother and he has made it known.
In comments relayed by Basket Session, the Golden State Warriors player gave his prognosis for the playoff final. He sees Rudy Gobert’s Utah Jazz and the Philadelphia 76ers fight for the NBA title with his brother voted best player: “I’m more or less a pseudo-supporter of the Sixers now. I bet on a Utah-Philadelphia final with Seth (Curry) elected MVP. We’re going to write history. “
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