Two-thirds of the Curry trio were sidelined for the Warriors' matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers at Chase Center on Tuesday, but it was a family reunion nonetheless.
Steph Curry, Seth Curry and Damion Lee, who is married to Sydel Curry-Lee, couldn't resist a photo opportunity after the conclusion of Golden State's 108-98 loss to Philadelphia.
The Curry brothers, however, missed out on an opportunity to face off against each other, as each player sat out Tuesday with respective injuries. Steph will miss at least the next three games after suffering a tailbone contusion Wednesday against the Houston Rockets, while Seth hasn't played since last Wednesday as well after spraining his left ankle against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Lee held down the fort for the Curry family, though, despite a valiant Warriors' comeback falling short in the final quarter. The guard shined coming off the bench, racking up 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting, including 2-of-3 from 3-point land. Lee impressed leading Golden State's second unit, an encouraging development as the 28-year-old aims to remain in the Warriors' rotation.
While the Curry brothers were undoubtedly disappointed they couldn't play against each other, they still made sure to catch up during halftime.
The good news for the Curry family is the two teams are scheduled to play again in a little over a month from now. Golden State will travel to Philadelphia on April 19 for a rematch.
They'll have another chance for a photo op too. Maybe 76ers head coach Doc Rivers, whose daughter Callie Rivers is married to Seth, will jump in next time, to truly complete the family photo.
Sure, there will probably be bigger things on everyone's mind, but it's never too early to think about the family holiday cards, now is it?