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In The Western Conference Finals, It’ll Be Curry vs. Curry

And for mom and dad, that’s going to be intense.

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NBA: Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors
 December 27, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Portland Trail Blazers guard Seth Curry (31) is defended by Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) during the fourth quarter at Oracle Arena.
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Dell and Sonya Curry have an unprecedented dilemma: their son’s teams are going to face each other for the right to go to the NBA Finals.

Steph Curry is having a Hall of Fame career with the Golden State Warriors while little brother Seth, who starred at Duke, had more trouble establishing himself as a respected professional.

He’s there now though and that makes life a bit tougher for his parents: how can you pull against one of your boys?

Why with a coin flip of course.

They’ll do it before each game.

If anyone has a better idea we’re sure they’re open to it.

For Duke fans, either Golden State, with Quinn Cook, will advance to the NBA Finals or Portland, with the younger Curry, Rodney Hood and Gary Trent will.

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