Golden State Warriors Steph Curry loses to dad in game of P.I.G. (Video)

May 16, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (30) acknowledges the crowd after game six of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs against the San Antonio Spurs at Oracle Arena. The Spurs defeated the Warriors 94-82. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Steph Curry is widely regarded as the best shooter in the NBA right now, so it goes without saying that he is expected to win the majority of shooting games that he plays. It looks like his dad had an opportunity to remind Steph just where he got his talent from.

The Golden State Warriors twitter feed posted a video that shows a head to head, father and son P.I.G. game at what appears to be a basketball camp that Steph is apparently helping out with. Dell Curry won P.I. to  P.I.G. and looked like he enjoyed every minute of his victory. It is obvious that this was not the first time that these two have played a shooting game in their life as Dell drained a shot from the free throw line and reminded Steph that he “always misses from there”. Steph promptly missed.

For the final shot, Dell took a 3 pointer from the elbow and called glass. The shot was true and Dell remarked that it was his favorite shot. Steph was unable to make the shot and fell short.

It looked like they truly enjoyed the competition and I am sure that younger brother Seth Curry has joined in a few of those games as well. If I had to come up with the top father/son shooting combinations I think that Dell and Steph would have to be at the top.

Leave a comment if you think there is a duo that was better than them.

Topics: Dell Curry, Golden State Warriors, NBA, Stephen Curry

Want more from FanSided?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.

20 minutes ago

Auburn Football: D’haquille ‘Duke’ Williams impresses at 2014 spring game

31 minutes ago

Game of Thrones t-shirt lands college professor suspension

37 minutes ago

NBA Rumors: Andrew Bynum’s career could be over?