Stephen and Seth Curry are facing off in the Western Conference finals, the first time siblings have matched up in the convention championship or the NBA Finals. It has been commercial enterprise as ordinary for Steph and the two-time protecting champion Golden State Warriors this season, even as his younger brother has been a scoring chance of the Portland Trail Blazers bench after missing the ultimate season because of a surgical operation on his left tibia. Their matchup made us think about a few other sibling pairs in seasoned sports activities — and there is no shortage of amazing examples.
Venus and Serena Williams
This duo has blended for 30 Grand Slam singles titles, 14 Grand Slam doubles titles as a crew, and eight Olympic gold medals. Both sisters were ranked No. 1 sooner or later in their careers. In head-to-head matchups, Serena leads Venus with an 18-12 file.
Peyton and Eli Manning
Peyton and Eli have blended for four Super Bowl titles, 899 touchdowns, greater than 127,000 yards passing, and two “Saturday Night Live” hosting gigs. Their older brother, Cooper, became an enormously ranked prospect earlier, but decided to stop his gambling career due to a spinal stenosis diagnosis.
Pau and Marc Gasol
2015 Pau and Marc Gasol became the primary NBA brothers to begin an All-Star Game. They were additionally the primary set of brothers to play in the sport, considering Tom and Dick Van Arsdale made it as reserves within the early Seventies.
Jim and John Harbaugh
Jim Harbaugh had a prolonged and great NFL profession before shifting to the education ranks, even as his brother, John, was given on the education path right now after his college gambling profession. They are the best brothers to teach in opposition to each other in the Super Bowl, with John’s Baltimore Ravens bettering Jim’s San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in 2013.
Chandler, Arthur, and Jon Jones
Arthur Jones retired from the NFL in 2017 after a seven-season career, even as Chandler continues to be a shielding terror for the Arizona Cardinals. Both brothers have gained a Super Bowl; it is their UFC fighter brother, Jon “Bones” Jones, who would possibly have had the maximum achievement — he is 26-1 in his UFC profession (with the one loss coming through disqualification) and, no matter numerous controversies, remains the undisputed UFC mild heavyweight champion.
Brook and Robin Lopez
The Lopez twins have had strong NBA careers after their time as teammates at Stanford. Brook has landed with the powerhouse Milwaukee Bucks, even as Robin is attempting to assist flip the Chicago Bulls round.
Yadier, Jose, and Bengie Molina
The Molinas have 44 years of MLB experience and five World Series titles. Yadier went to seven consecutive All-Star Games with the St. Louis Cardinals, at the same time as each Jose and Bengie have retired. They are the best three brothers in MLB records to all win a World Series. Bengie and Jose have been teammates with the Los Angeles Angels since they received the 2002 identity. Jose won the 2nd title with the New York Yankees in 2009. Yadier won titles in 2006 and 2011 with the Cards.
Henrik and Daniel Sedin
Both Sedins had been drafted using the Vancouver Canucks in 1999 and spent their whole careers with the group. They blended for 633 desires and 2,111 points. The twins retired at the top of the 2018 season when they gained the King Clancy Trophy for management.
Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko
Both brothers were boxing heavyweight international champions sooner or later in their careers. Wladimir retired in 2017 with a record of sixty-four-five (51 KOs), having competed in 29 international title fights. Vitali is now the mayor of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. His boxing report became forty-five-2 (41 KOs).
Bob and Mike Bryan
Known for her dominating performance in doubles opposition, the Bryans are arguably the greatest tennis duo ever. The pair has gained sixteen Grand Slam titles and numerous Olympic medals, including a gold at the 2012 London Olympics.
Chris and Kyle Long
The sons of NFL Hall of Famer Howie Long, Chris and Kyle, have discovered success in their father’s footsteps. Chris has gained Super Bowl titles with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, while Kyle has made three Pro Bowls with the Chicago Bears.
Cheryl and Reggie Miller
Both siblings are enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, with Cheryl becoming a teacher and Reggie moving into broadcasting after their gambling careers. Their brother, Darrell Miller, also performed baseball for the Angels from 1984-88.
Jason and Devin McCourty
- The McCourty twins became the primary pair of twins to play in — and win — a Super Bowl, with the Patriots’ victory in Super Bowl LIII. Their mom, Phyllis, wears custom jerseys, assisting them both and is the main motive behind their NFL achievement.