Jrue, Justin and Aaron Holiday became the first trio of brothers to share the court at the same time in NBA history on Saturday.
Jrue Holiday gained boasting rights for its brothers as the New Orleans Pelicans overcame the Indiana Pacers 120-98 in New Orleans.
“It was cool, I beat them and took their shirt off, so I’ll hang them,” Jrue Holiday said later. “It was fun.
“My whole family is here, family and friends, so that I can share right now on the pitch, even from a family perspective, where I’ll be back and not going to boast, but we know what happened. But it’s good for me. “
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Before the game, their father, Shawn Holiday, said: “It’s a blessing, there is no other way to put it, you couldn’t write a script better than this.
“These are getting older, you couldn’t have imagined this. To become a reality at this stage and at this level, it’s quite amazing.”
Jrue Holiday scored 20 points and seven assists for the Pelicans, Aaron finished with 25 points and Justin did not score for the Pacers.