Dell Curry will attend the Duke-Virginia Tech game tonight at Cassell Coliseum, the same gym in which he became a college star.
Curry is the first Virgina Tech basketball player to have his jersey retired. The jersey, No. 30, hangs in the coliseum. The Hokies retired it in 1986 before his final home game.
Dell's wife, Sonya, played volleyball for the Hokies, also in Cassell. They're true to their school.
They'll also true to their children. Seth Curry, son of Dell and Sonya, plays for Duke. He starts at guard.
"He loves it there," Dell says Friday night after the Charlotte Bobcats beat Sacramento.
Dell is a television analyst for the Bobcats. He stands at courtside after the postgame show.
What are you going to wear?
"You're the third person to ask me that," Dell says smiling.
He makes me wait.
"I'm going to wear a white shirt with a blue Duke across the pocket," Dell says.
Tough call, wearing Duke's colors instead of Virginia Tech's?
"Not really," he says.
Be nice, Virginia Tech fans. If your kid played against your school, whose side would you take?
In unrelelated news, how hard did the Hokies recruit Seth or his older brother Stephen?