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Steph Curry, Seth childhood video perfect for National Brother's Day

Steph Curry, Seth childhood video perfect for National Brother's Day

In the age of quarantine, days of the week have become irrelevant. Holidays, however, have not ... no matter how obscure they are.

As people around the country celebrate Memorial Day Weekend (hopefully in safe ways, you know who you are), Sunday marks National Brother's Day. And the holiday can't go on without the mention of Steph and Seth Curry, which brings us to this clip from their childhood. 

The Curry brothers, no matter how small and slender, have been getting up shots since Day 1. That includes in other countries, too, as their father, Dell, played his final three NBA seasons with the Toronto Raptors. 

It's no secret what a success the brothers have grown to be. Steph helped change basketball forever while turning the Warriors into a dynasty to go with his two MVP awards and three championship rings. 

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Meanwhile, Seth, the younger of the two brothers, has carved out a niche as a 3-point specialist off the bench. While Steph is beloved for his ability to nail any shot from any distance, Seth's 44.3 shooting percentage from beyond the arc is the second best of all time. He only trails Warriors coach Steve Kerr, whose 45.4 percent is the greatest ever. 

Warriors fans can dream of having the Curry brothers on the same Golden State roster, but it seems that likely never will happen.

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"Honestly, I've thought about it. Earlier in my career, I had some opportunities to play on the Warriors and go there and obviously take a much lesser role," Seth said on Austin Rivers' "Go Off" podcast. "I always turned them down because I never really wanted to play on his (Steph's) team.

"I'd rather compete against him. I'm going to be compared to him and somewhat in his shadow whether I'm on his team or not, so it's going to multiply if I were on the same team, so I like to create my own path and do my own thing."

There's no doubt these two will be competing against each other again in the near future, creating a win-win (or maybe lose-lose) situation for Dell and Sonya Curry, just like they did in the Western Conference finals last season.

What Warriors' Klay Thompson repeatedly told Damion Lee during rehab

What Warriors' Klay Thompson repeatedly told Damion Lee during rehab

Damion Lee tore his right ACL on Nov. 27, 2013 during his junior season at Drexel University.

The Warriors guard then tore his left ACL on Dec. 23, 2016 while playing for the Maine Red Claws -- the Boston Celtics' G League affiliate.

Klay Thompson tore his left ACL during Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors.

"We've had several conversations before about rehab in regards to the ACL," Lee said this week on the "Runnin' Plays" podcast with Kerith Burke and Grant Liffmann. "He'd always joke, 'Damn, D-Lee. I don't know how you did this twice because this is a lot.'

"It's cool to see what he's been through and now wanting to come back and go all out."

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What kind of 2020-21 season does Lee expect from Klay when the three-time NBA champion finally returns to game action?

"I feel like he wants to show people that he is the best two-way guard in the league," Lee said. "He's done it before. He's in a pretty good mind space. I think he's just ready to go out there and play."

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Klay wasn't around the team a lot last season. But when he was at Chase Center, he made his presence felt.

"There were a lot of times where he'd just pull younger guys aside and give guys little tidbits," Lee explained. "It's unique to see. Everyone is so used to seeing Klay being quiet or reserved. Hearing him actually speak up and talk and give some input is huge.

"That's a huge step -- not only for him but the team and a lot of the younger guys seeing him as a big brother and as an influence."

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Watch Warriors' Steph Curry adorably teach son Canon to golf on beach

Watch Warriors' Steph Curry adorably teach son Canon to golf on beach

The thing Steph Curry probably loves more than basketball is his family … and golf. Golf is probably a close second, but the man is obsessed with the game. So what happens when the Warriors’ superstar introduces his son Canon to it?

Well, cuteness … obviously.

I know, it’s the cutest thing you will see today.

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Curry will be playing once again in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament this weekend in Lake Tahoe. It’ll be his eighth appearance, to give you a sense of how much he loves it.

We could all assume Steph is looking forward to the day both he and Canon could truly enjoy the greens together. He’s obsessed with the game. So much so, he would think about it during basketball.

"I think I think about golf too much -- and that's a problem,” he said in an episode of "Stephen vs The Game." “Like, during a game, yeah. The game of golf just gets under my skin.”

Steph might not have touched a club until the age of 10, which is well after he started toying around on the court, but he excelled at it per usual. 

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Still, he admitted he was “haunted” by the game -- a notion his wife Ayesha mentioned.

Either way, this important aspect of his life will be exciting to hand down to young Canon.