It will come down to a coin flip for the parents of Stephen and Seth Curry in terms of who they will root for when the Western Conference finals begin Tuesday night.
After Seth Curry and the Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Denver Nuggets on Sunday to earn a shot at Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors, ESPN's Rachel Nichols asked the players' parents -- Sonya and Dell Curry -- how they will play favorites in this next round when the first pair of brothers face each other in the NBA conference finals.
The Currys indicated a coin flip will be involved. And they'll take turns flipping the coin before every game of the best-of-seven finals. Heads will mean Sonya's wearing the Blazers' colors with Dell going for the Warriors. Tails means the opposite for the parents.
In the end, it won't really matter what the outcome is. At least that's what Klay Thompson, Stephen's teammate with the Warriors, thinks.
"Oh, it's awesome," Thompson said when asked how special the finals will be for the Curry family. "I'm happy for them. I feel like a part of it, just knowing Steph and Seth (Curry) for a decade-plus. It's a split household. I wonder who they're going to root for, but it's a win-win situation for them. It's pretty incredible."