Warriors' Steph Curry praises Suns for starting lineup introductions


The Phoenix Suns entered Tuesday's matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers an undefeated 6-0 in their Orlando bubble NBA seeding games.

And they've been winning in matters outside the lines as well.

The latest example is how they announced their starting lineup against the 76ers. In fact, it was so awesome that even Warriors superstar Steph Curry felt compelled to let Phoenix's social media team know his feelings.

This truly is beyond spectacular.

Players, coaches and team personnel have been away from their families for a long time, and they miss their loved ones dearly.

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Curry -- who is not in the bubble because the Warriors were not included in the 2019-20 season restart -- acknowledged how hard it must be for everyone in Orlando.

“If you say I get to play basketball, sleep and play golf on my off days, that’s not a bad setup,” he told The New York Times' Marc Stein on Sunday night. “From a day-to-day perspective, how you fill your time, I would have no problem adjusting to that.

"But you can’t take family out of the equation. I don’t think any of us have been away from our families for that long before.”


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Well done, Suns. Bravo.

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