Top 10 Storylines of the 2014 NBA D-League Finals

The Santa Cruz “Splash Brothers”
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Every diehard NBA fan knows the Golden State Warriors’ “Splash Brothers” tandem of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, two sons of NBA vets who’ve combined to build a reputation as potentially the best shooting backcourt of all-time.

Only the true diehards know that Golden State’s NBA D-League affiliate in Santa Cruz features its own “Splash Brothers”: Stephen’s younger brother Seth and Klay’s older brother Mychel.

For those who can’t get enough of the sweet shooting strokes that run in the two families, these NBA D-League Finals can serve as a second helping of dimes, swishes and three-balls from the other side of California.

There’s no better time to catch the #SCSplashBrothers than now, while they’re both hot. Curry and Thompson finished the regular season by combining to shoot 24-of-47 (51%) from 3-point range over the Warriors’ final three games, and they’re averaging a combined 40.0 points per game in the playoffs.

A regular on’s Prospect Watch all season -- earning Call-Ups to the Grizzlies and Cavs -- Seth dropped 44 on 15-for-20 shooting in his professional playoff debut two weeks ago. And they pushed the “Sea-Dubs” past the RGV Vipers in a winner-take-all semifinals Game 3 on Monday by pouring in 53 points.

2014 NBA D-League Finals
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