Steph and Seth Curry made history on Tuesday night when they became the first pair of brothers to face off against each other in the Western Conference Finals. As exciting as this is for their parents, Steph let it be known that they need to pick a side and stay on it because it's "weird" seeing his mom cheer for him wearing his brother's jersey.

"They can’t help themselves so anytime either one of us did something good they both were clapping, so they gotta fix themselves," Steph joked during his post-game interview. "I told my mom, ‘Who you with?’ When I made a shot I saw her stand up and cheer but I saw all Portland gear. It was just weird."

After Seth Curry's Trail Blazers secured their ticket to the Western Conference Championship, Dell and Sonya Curry told the media that they would be going through a series of coin flips before every game to see which one will wear Steph's or Seth's jersey. Although the details of the flip weren't disclosed, for Game 1 of the series Dell wore Steph's Golden State jersey while Sonya donned Seth's Portland gear.

Despite being without Kevin Durant, Steph's Warriors got the best of his younger brother's team. Curry hit 9 threes en route to putting up 36 points. Golden State went on to win the game by a score of 114-96. The series continues on Thursday night for Game 2 at Oakland's Oracle Arena.