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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Damian Lillard in awe of Warriors' 2019 West finals runs vs. Blazers

Damian Lillard in awe of Warriors' 2019 West finals runs vs. Blazers

The Portland Trail Blazers entered the 2019 Western Conference finals with a lot of confidence.

They had just knocked off the No. 2-seeded Denver Nuggets in seven games in the second round of the NBA playoffs, and felt they could compete with the defending champion Golden State Warriors.

As you know by now, the Warriors swept the Blazers to advance to their fifth straight NBA Finals.

So, what the heck happened to the Blazers, who were the No. 3 seed in the West?

"We just lost, bruh," All-Star guard Damian Lillard said on The Joe Budden Podcast. "Them n----s good."

The Oakland native then proceeded to give the hosts a real answer about what he saw during the four-game series against his hometown team.

"I ain't never seen nobody go on runs like that," Lillard said. "They put runs together like that. You can do nothing but respect it."

In Game 1, Portland led by five at one point before the Warriors won by 22. In Games 2, 3 and 4, the Blazers held either a 17- or 18-point lead and lost all three games.

The Warriors teams of the last five years had the incredible ability to overcome any deficit. No lead was safe with Steph Curry and Klay Thompson bombing away from deep.

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The amazing part about the Warriors' four-game sweep of Lillard and the Blazers is that they did it without Kevin Durant, who at the time was recovering from a strained right calf.

The good news for Lillard is that Durant is gone. The bad news is Curry and Draymond Green are still around, and Thompson will be back in a few months.

NBA schedule 2019-20: Sacramento Kings game dates, start times, TV info

NBA schedule 2019-20: Sacramento Kings game dates, start times, TV info

The Sacramento Kings’ quest to end their 13-year playoff drought will begin with quite the challenge.

The NBA released its 2019-20 regular-season schedule Monday, and the Kings, under first-year coach Luke Walton, will open their campaign Oct. 23 against the Suns in Phoenix. The Kings then will play three consecutive games against Western Conference playoff contenders, with their home opener against the Trail Blazers (Oct. 25), a road test against the Jazz (Oct. 26) and then a home meeting with the Nuggets (Oct. 28).

Safe to say we’ll likely know a lot about Sacramento’s progress after a better-than-expected 2018-19 season following that run.

Games against the Kings’ two biggest rivals mostly will take place later in the season. Meetings with the Warriors are scheduled for Dec. 15, Jan. 6, Feb. 25 and April 15, and clashes with the Lakers are set for Nov. 15, Feb. 1, April 4 and April 14.

The Kings won’t see the new-look Clippers, with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George on board, until a New Year’s Eve matinee at Golden 1 Center. Other contests are scheduled for Jan. 30, Feb. 22 and April 2.

All 82 Kings games can be seen on NBC Sports California, with Grant Napear and Doug Christie on the call, and live-streamed on the MyTeams app and on

Here's the Kings' entire 2019-20 schedule: