Steph Curry is not physically in Orlando for the restart to the 2019-20 NBA season.
But the Warriors superstar could be making a virtual appearance in the bubble when the Dallas Mavericks take the court in the playoffs.
"When they get to the first round, I might be in there and wear my Dallas uniform and make everybody go crazy," Steph recently told CNBC's Jabari Young.
Why would the two-time NBA MVP do this? The answer is simple: His brother, Seth, plays for the Mavs.
The hope is that Seth is in uniform if and when this happens, as he missed Dallas' last two games because of right leg soreness.
Seth is having a terrific season, averaging 12.5 points and 2.0 assists, while shooting just under 50 percent from the field and 45 percent from beyond the arc.
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The Mavs practically are locked into the No. 7 seed in the Western Conference, and most likely will face the LA Clippers in the opening round of the playoffs.
As for Steph, there's an outside chance he can watch his little brother take the court in person -- not through virtual technology -- later this month.
The Athletic's Sam Amick reported Friday morning that the NBA is exploring the possibility for the Warriors (and the other seven teams not in Orlando) to join the bubble so they can hold organized team workouts/practices.
If this happens, you gotta assume Steph and former Warriors forward Andre Iguodala will be hitting the golf course together.