Stephen Curry, if you didn’t already know, is the son of former Charlotte Hornets sharpshooter, Dell Curry. The father and son faced off at a #SplashBrothers clinic to see who was the better shooter during an impromptu game of P.I.G.
At Warriors headquarters, Dell Curry showed his 25-year-old son who he inherited the shooting gene from. The elder Curry shot 40.2 percent from beyond the three-point arc playing for the Hornets, Cavs, Jazz, Bucks and Raptors during his 16-year career. So far, his son is exceeding his father’s pedigree, setting an NBA record with 272 three—pointers last season while shooting 45.3 percent from beyond the three-point arc.
But on Friday, as you can see in the video below, it was the 49-year-old Dell who was the victor in a P-I-G match against his son.
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