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Steve Curry says Seth Curry caught in the crossfire of Nets 76

Steve Curry says Seth Curry caught in the crossfire of Nets 76

while the The warriors remained calm On Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers rocked the basketball world with a massive deal centered around cornering Stars James Harden and Ben Simmons.

But there were other players involved in the trade, including Seth Curry, the younger brother of Warriors star Steve Curry.

Curry’s younger brother, in the middle of his best season in the NBA, is part of the package geared to 76ers into the net. It was amazing to see Philadelphia give up a player averaging 15.0 points per game, but head of basketball operations Daryl Morey really wanted Harden to let go, so he paid a heavy price.

Commerce Does not directly affect the Warriors Unless they saw either the Nets or the 76ers in the NBA Finals, but she forced Steve to make an adjustment.

“I had to change my favorite team on my phone to get the alerts from Philly to Brooklyn,” Steve told reporters after the Warriors’ 117-115 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday night.

Just like everyone else, Steve was caught by surprise by the 76ers Seth traded because he knew how his brother felt about the city and the team.

“Obviously it was a big move, a big splash,” Curry said. “I know he was kind of stuck in Philly’s crossfire making a move like that. Because he loved it there, he loved playing there and they were playing well. But obviously you have to make that move. A win for him. I hope he stays in the competition and is influential in the playoff chase with Brooklyn. Excited to see him in [uniform]. “

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The Warriors and Nets have already played two games in the regular season, so the only way Steve and Seth can face each other again this season is in the NBA Finals. Given where Brooklyn is in the standings with Kevin Durant out, it would be one story if they meet Golden State in June.

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