Watch Steph And Seth Curry’s Parents Use Age-Old Tactic To Pick Whose Jersey To Wear 5cdc39db210000350080884f

Seth and Stephen Curry made NBA history on Tuesday, becoming the first pair of brothers known to play against each other in a conference finals. But the notable accomplishment brought on a dilemma for their parents: which jersey to wear to the game. 

Dell and Sonya Curry decided to use a coin toss to figure it out. 

In a series of video clips captured by the youngest Curry sibling, Sydel Curry-Lee, they have a coin with a “W” ― for the Golden State Warriors, which Steph Curry plays for ― on one side and a “P” ― for the Portland Trail Blazers, which Seth Curry plays for ― on the other. 

The Curry parents relied on the classic rock-paper-scissors strategy to decide who would be assigned which side of the coin. 

The results came in: Sonya Curry was designated to wear a Blazers jersey. Dell Curry, a former NBA player, would wear a Warriors one. 

But the parents nonetheless showed support for both their sons at Tuesday night’s game, which resulted in a win for the Warriors. They arrived at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, in split jerseys that had both teams represented, according to a video by NBC Sports Bay Area.

Sonya Curry, who had previously indicated that she and her husband would implement a coin toss to decide on which jersey to wear for every game, told ESPN earlier this week that having both sons in the Western finals was a “blessing.” 

“From our end, to see both of our sons to compete at this level and for the goal to be a championship is such a blessing,” she said. “We never could imagine this.”

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