Basketball isn't what you would call a typical business, but that doesn't mean some of its "workers" don't like to keep it in the family.
It's difficult to imagine one member of your family bursting on to the national basketball scene, right? Well how about two? Or more? How inconceivable is that?
From where we're sitting, it seems nearly impossible. But the reality is it's happened more than we realize. Plenty of siblings have entered the basketball spotlight together and plenty more will continue to do so.
Is it still a rarity? Absolutely, but it's one that we must come to appreciate because of how difficult, and somewhat inspirational it is.
But which siblings have captured our attention more than others? Which siblings—both brothers and sisters—have not only actualized what appears impossible, but dominated it?
I'd like to tell you this isn't going to get personal, but I'd be lying, because the fact is, when you keep it in the family, it's always personal.