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Watch Warriors star Steph Curry's dance moves at brother Seth's wedding

Watch Warriors star Steph Curry's dance moves at brother Seth's wedding

Every Warriors fan has seen a Steph Curry shimmy.

When the two-time NBA MVP hits a big shot, the shimmy comes out. It's a move Warriors fans love and other teams hate. 

There's no hating on Steph's latest dance moves, though. The Warriors' star point guard was on Cloud Nine and showing off his dance moves over the weekend while younger brother Seth got married in Malibu. 

The Curry brothers took center stage during the playoffs last season when the Warriors and Trail Blazers faced off in the Western Conference finals. Seth scored 6.3 points per game off the bench and then signed a four-year, $32 million contract with the Mavericks this offseason.

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The younger Curry brother married Callie Rivers, the daughter of Clippers coach Doc Rivers. There could be some real competitive H-O-R-S-E games at holidays between these families in the future.

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If Andre Iguodala traded to Mavericks, return to Warriors more possible

If Andre Iguodala traded to Mavericks, return to Warriors more possible

As part of the sign-and-trade with the Nets that sent Kevin Durant to Brooklyn and D'Angelo Russell to the Warriors, Andre Iguodala was traded to Memphis.

The initial thought was that the 2015 NBA Finals MVP would secure a buyout with the Grizzlies and he would be free to sign with the contender of his choice (his former agent, Rob Pelinka, is the general manager of the Lakers).

But as ESPN's Tim MacMahon reported last week:

Speaking of the Mavs -- they reportedly are discussing an Iguodala trade with Memphis. Mike Fisher of DallasBasketball.com has the details:

The Dallas Mavericks' long-standing desire to shed themselves of Courtney Lee has manifested itself in a trade offer from the Mavs to Memphis that would send Lee and a second-round pick to the Grizzlies in exchange for veteran standout Andre Iguodala, sources tell DallasBasketball.com.  

The Grizzlies' so-far response, DBcom has been told, is that they are unwilling to take on the ballast of Lee's $12.759 million salary in such a deal.

Can Dallas keep this deal alive? The Mavs can pay $5 million in cash as a sweetener, thus saving Memphis $9.4 mil from where it currently stands ($5 mil from Dallas and $4.4 mil being the difference between Lee and Iggy). So while Dallas can feel it "wins'' the trade, Memphis can do the same, as the Grizzlies' net would be the Warriors' first-round pick they got with the Iggy trade along with a Dallas second-rounder, all for the cost of paying Lee about $7.7 million.

If you're a Warriors fan and are hoping that Iguodala somehow ends up back with the Dubs next season, you want him to get traded to Dallas.

Why? If the Mavs are out of playoff contention in mid-to-late February (which is very possible considering the stacked Western Conference), they would be inclined to agree to a buyout with Iguodala.

If that happens, he could sign with the Warriors for an expected playoff push.

Important caveats -- a lot can change between now and then and we don't know if either side wants this to happen, and we don't know if the Warriors will be in position to strike considering their "hardcapped" situation:

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And in case you're wondering -- if the Grizzlies execute a buyout with Iguodala (which they likely won't because they should be able to acquire an asset in a trade), CBA rules would prevent Iguodala from signing with the Dubs.

Ultimately, a lot needs to happen for an Iguodala-Warriors reunion to become a reality, so don't hold your breath.

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NBA rumors: Mavericks the favorites to sign Al Horford in free agency

NBA rumors: Mavericks the favorites to sign Al Horford in free agency

It appears Al Horford's time with the Celtics is coming to an end, and that could make things even worse for the injury-depleted Warriors.

The big man opted out of the final year of his contract earlier this week, reportedly with the intention of signing a multi-year deal in Boston.

But things went south Tuesday:

And the Warriors can't be happy with where the five-time All-Star is rumored to end up.

On Wednesday, league sources told Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer that the Mavericks are considered the favorites to sign Horford in free agency.

Golden State wouldn't be happy with that result because you would then have to add Dallas to the long list of teams who have a legitimate shot at making the playoffs in the Western Conference.

The Mavs didn't make the postseason in 2019, but a trio of Luka Doncic, Kristaps Porzingis and Horford would certainly have playoff expectations.

The Lakers added superstar Anthony Davis, might be able to add a third All-Star in free agency and certainly are expecting to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013.

The Kings have a terrific young core -- plus lots of cap space -- and will be picked by some pundits to end their 13-year postseason drought.

While it's obviously way too early to tell which 2019 playoff teams might fall out of contention, some people are already speculating that the Warriors could legitimately miss the playoffs next season.

The main rationale is that even if Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson re-sign, they might be sidelined the entire campaign.

We have to see what happens in the coming weeks before speculating any further. But it seems foolish to think a team with Steph Curry and Draymond Green will end up in the lottery.

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And you should not expect owner Joe Lacob and the rest of the front office to take their foot off the gas pedal as the Dubs move into the Chase Center.

Having said that, Horford in Dallas would make things that much more challenging.

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