The Golden State Warriors have the luxury of making moves that not only enhance the team but save careers (see Boogie Cousins and Sean Livingston), save legacies (see Kevin Durant), harbor basketball genius maniacs (see Draymond Green), and basically keep the family happy while putting out the best marketing product the NBA has to offer.
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In the latest twist of Warriors Family Values the franchise has signed Curry’s future brother-in-law Damion Lee, who reportedly agreed to a two-way deal with Dub Nation. Stephs younger sister, Sydel, announced in November of 2017 that Lee had proposed and a marriage was on the horizon.
The 23-year-old Sydel made the announcement on Instagram:
Thank you Jesus for this man. Thank you for your perfect timing. Tonight I said yes to the man of my dreams and I couldnt be more happy. I love you Damion Lee and cant wait to be your wife. Holy crap!!! #HappiLeeEverAfter omg omg omg omg omg omg omg. #ForeverEver
Lee tweeted this out at the time:
My beautiful fianc @sydelcurry #SheSaidYes#IGetToMarryMyBestFriend#HappiLeeEverAfter#ForeverEverpic.twitter.com/Seb4sS9hGA
Damion Lee (@Dami0nLee) November 13, 2017
Sister-in-law Ayesha Curry offered these congratulatory vibes:
Ummmmm my sissy is engaged which means me n @stephencurry30 are officially old. Sorry to say this but I still remember your freshmen year of high school. I cant believe now youll be walking down the aisle and one day starting a fam of your own! My only goal was to create and pave a path that our siblings could look up to. I only hope you feel we did that . I am so proud of you and cant wait to see what the future holds. Just know I’m always going to snatch you away for girls weekends @sydelcurry !!!!! LOVE YOU
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Earlier this month, Lee wrote a column for The Players Tribune detailing a long road to the NBA that included numerous injuries, as well as having the NCAA tournament taken away from him during his one season at Louisville.
Its definitely a family affair, but the 6-foot-6 , 210-pound shooting guard can ball too. Lee, 25, averaged 10.7 points in 15 games in his rookie season with the Hawks in 2017.
Golden States euphoria continues.