When Stephen Curry plays his younger brother Seth in the Western Conference finals, parents will make NBA history by FLIP PINTING before games to determine which son they would root for





Since being selected in the 2010 NBA Draft, Stephen Curry has been a mainstay with the Golden State Warriors, where he currently holds a $200 million contract. He also has extensive experience winning an NBA title.

One obstacle, though, that he has never faced in his quest for the NBA Title is his brother Seth.



Known as two of the best three-point shooters in the NBA, Steph and Seth Curry will create history when they square off against the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference finals for Golden State.

The two are especially close, so it will be an exciting and tiring event for the family. Most American parents would love to be faced with the situation of having both of their boys in a conference final.



Prior to the upcoming best-of-seven series, Dell Curry and his spouse, Sonya, thought that donning a half-and-half jersey with the Warriors and Blazers would be “too easy.” As a result, they came up with an alternative plan.

Rather, they will toss a coin to decide which team (and son) each of them will represent that night before every game in the series.