Dell and Sonya Curry’s shirts rep both Warriors, Blazers in Game 3
Dell and Sonya Curry are living the dream watching their sons, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Seth Curry of the Portland Trail Blazers, play in the Western Conference Finals. However, the two are also facing the problem of which parent will represent which son in each game.
In Game 3, the couple seems to have found a solution to represent both the Warriors and Trail Blazers by wearing jackets with both Warriors and Blazers logos.
Sonya and Dell Curry got some new jackets to rep both the Blazers and the Warriors tonight 👏 pic.twitter.com/4lwtRM9KTW
— ESPN (@espn) May 19, 2019
The two have used split jerseys through the first two games. Dell wore Stephen’s Warriors jersey on the front with Seth’s Blazers jersey shown on the back in Game 1. Sonya wore the opposite, with Seth’s in front and Stephen’s at the back. In Game 2, the two switched jerseys.
Stephen Curry was very vocal about how weird it was seeing his mom cheering for him while wearing a Blazers jersey. The two-time MVP apparently told them to “fix themselves” and decide on which one of them they’ll really root for. Maybe this will stop him from calling out mom.
Nevertheless, it’s evident that Dell and Sonya don’t really care which team comes out on top. It seems they only want both their sons to do well and compete hard against each other.
Stephen Curry is obviously the more accomplished player, having won three championships and two NBA MVP awards. Seth Curry, on the other hand, hasn’t had the same success as his older brother. However, the younger Curry held his own against his brother so far in this series.
Seth Curry scored 16 points in Game 2 and made several big threes in the fourth quarter. He picked Stephen’s pocket thrice throughout the contest. However, Steph, who finished with 37 points, had the last laugh as the Warriors took a 2-0 lead in the series.
Seth’s Blazers were up by 13 points at the half in Game 3. The Blazers similarly had a huge lead heading into the third quarter in Game 2, before the Warriors surged in the second half to steal the game. We will find out if Portland can hold off the defending champs this time around.