Seth Curry has his own take on his brother’s place in history, the golf war is still undecided, and in this edition of Quotes of the Week, Horns Down is causing someone some trouble.

“Don’t talk about Steph anymore unless it’s talking to the great PLAYERS of the day!! [handful] people who have ever touched a basketball.”

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— Brooklyn Nets guard Seth Curry talks about how his brother Steph Curry won the 2022 NBA Finals and Finals MVP.

“This is the age of the game that LeBron James, Steph Curry and Kevin Durant will define. It’s three guys when I look at these last 15 years.”

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— Basketball Hall of Famer Isaiah Thomas on Curry.

“Holy cannoli”.

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Clay Thompson, after victory in the NBA Finals.

“In terms of accuracy, I’ll be with Tua all day.”

— Tyreke Hill, on comparison his new protector Tua Tagovailoa with his old quarterback Patrick Mahomes

“I’m a little surprised just because I feel like we love Tyreek here. We have always loved him. We still love him. I saw him in F1 in Miami. to get his podcast and run it.”

— Mahomes, responding to Hill’s criticism

“I’m pretty sure I know who it was. I recognized two children who were running in the opposite direction with a smile on their face. I am 100% sure that I saw two children who stole it.”

— John Rahm on two kids who run off with a golf ball on the 18th hole at the US Open.

“I’m Aggie, Texas played. I was going to give them “Go Pokes” and then Horns Down after the anthem. That’s exactly what I did. And three hours after I sang the anthem, I received an email saying that I should no longer sing at the Men’s College World Series.”

— Texas A&M alumnus Zach Collier on how his appearance at the Men’s College World Series was canceled because he made the “horns down” gesture ahead of the Women’s College World Series semi-final between Texas and Oklahoma State.

“I understand. Yes, because a lot of these guys are in their 40s. Phil [Mickelson]case, early 1950s. Yes, I think everyone in this room would say to themselves that their best days are behind them. That’s why I don’t understand the departure of guys my age, because I would like to believe that my best days are yet to come, and I think their days are too. So here it seems like you’re taking the easy way out.”

— Rory McIlroy criticizing young golfers joining the LIV Golf Invitational Series. The series, which competes with the PGA Tour, recently held its first event in London.