Seth Curry reveals why he would rather play against Stephen Curry than with him
Seth Curry and Steph Curry have played together once before in their professional career. Seth spent time on the Golden State Warriors in 2013 but was eventually cut.
Now, as Seth has become a solid point guard in today’s NBA, he doesn’t envision himself playing alongside his older brother again. The Brooklyn Nets guard is more focused on winning a championship and making a name for himself.
Seth recently went on “Dubs Talk”, a podcast hosted by Warriors insider Monte Pool.
During their conversation, Poole asked Seth about a potential team-up with his brother. Seth Curry said, “You never know what the future holds. I wouldn’t be against it, but it’s definitely not my preferred choice to be on the same team as him definitely right now. I also like competing against him and trying to beat the best.”
Seth does credit both Steph and his father Dell Curry, as reasons for why he has become so competitive. He told Poole. “So I was able to watch Steph learn from his mistakes, just like I did my dad. He kind of made some of those mistakes for me, so I didn’t have to go through them. And that helped my competitive edge as well, just having to fight for everything.”
The 2021 season saw Seth Curry undergo the best season of his career. He averaged 15 PPG, 3.1 RPG, and 3.6 APG. He also shot 48.7% from the floor and 42.2% from three.
While a pairing of the Curry brothers could be fun to watch, at least for the moment, the two would rather square off against each other.