Draymond Green does not care about battle between Curry brothers
Stephen Curry and his younger brother Seth have made history this postseason by becoming the first pair of brothers to face one another in an NBA conference finals series, but Draymond Green has much bigger things to concern himself with than that storyline.
Both Steph and Seth played significant roles in the Golden State Warriors’ win over the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 2 Thursday night, with Stephen scoring a game-high 37 points and Seth contributing 16 off the bench. Green said that must be fun for the Curry family, but it means very little to him.
#Warriors Draymond Green’s thoughts on the Steph and Seth dynamic in the Western Conference Finals says it’s amazing for their parents and can’t imagine what’s that like. “Me on the outside looking in, I don’t really give a damn.”
— Mindi Bach (@MindiABC7) May 17, 2019
You can understand where Green is coming from, as he’s trying to help the Warriors win their third consecutive title. Klay Thompson made a similar remark when reporters asked him about the battle between the Curry brothers.
Reporter to Klay Thompson: "You had a front-row seat for the competition between Steph and Seth Curry…"
Thompson: "I wouldn't call it a front-row seat. I was kind of out there playing."
— Phil Barber (@Skinny_Post) May 17, 2019
Stephen Curry tried his best to describe the “weird” feeling he has going against his brother, but he probably prefers that his teammates not get too wrapped up in it. At the end of the day, he wants to win another title. Focusing attention on the Steph vs. Seth storyline would be a waste of time for Golden State players.