Does Steph Curry have any siblings? All you need to know

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Steph Curry and Seth Curry, Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is on the long list of second-generation players in the NBA. His father, Dell Curry, played 16 seasons from 1986 to 2002.

Over the years, Steph Curry has built a reputation of being a family man. He and his wife now have three children. Along with his children, the two-time MVP has a pair of siblings.

One sibling that is known to basketball fans is younger brother Seth. It took some time, but the veteran guard has established himself as a high-impact role player in the NBA. Seth Curry has played for multiple teams, but is currently with the Brooklyn Nets. He is averaging 8.9 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 2.3 assists this season.

The three Curry men are most known for their 3-point shooting ability. Steph Curry is regarded as one of the greatest shooters in NBA history. But his brother is more efficient from beyond the arc. Seth Curry currently has the third-highest 3-point percentage in league history at 43.8%. His brother sits in 11th place at 42.8%.

The third sibling is Sydel Curry, the younger sister of Steph and Seth. She, like the rest of her family, is a high-level athlete. However, Sydel is not a basketball player. She excelled on the volleyball court. She attended Elon college and received All-State honors in volleyball three different times.

Steph Curry has more family in the NBA

Outside of his younger brother, Steph Curry has more family in professional basketball. In fact, his sister is married to a player currently in the NBA.

Back in 2018, Sydel Curry tied the knot with Damion Lee. The 30-year-old started his NBA journey in 2017. After going undrafted, he inked a deal with the Atlanta Hawks. Unfortunately, his time with the team only lasted 15 games.

After a brief stint with the Hawks, the Golden State Warriors added Lee to their roster. Steph Curry's brother-in-law stayed with the organization for four years. The family got to share a moment together last season when the Warriors won the NBA championship.

Lee left the Warriors to sign a one-year deal with the Western Conference-leading Phoenix Suns this offseason. Due to an array of injuries, Lee is getting an extended opportunity with his new team.

The veteran guard has appeared in 23 games and is averaging 8.2 points and 3.6 rebounds. Like his in-laws, Lee is also an efficient shooter from beyond the arc. He is shooting 48.9% from 3-point range on close to four attempts per game.

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