Steph Curry must’ve developed his ridiculous range in recent years, because his brother Seth sure didn’t seem used to it Wednesday night.
Seth should’ve known he has to pick up Steph much sooner than he did on this play, as his big brother pulled up from 30 feet and dropped a trey on him.
Chances are poor Seth was a bit shell-shocked along with the rest of the Dallas Mavericks, as the Golden State Warriors were busy blitzing them to the tune of a 67-36 halftime lead. Steph, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green combined to go 14 of 21 from three-point range.
Seth, who once played for the Warriors’ D-League team and is with his second team in as many NBA seasons, got a rare start with several Mavs sitting out. He struggled with his teammates in the first half, scoring five points on 2-of-9 shooting to go with five assists, but picked it up in the third quarter to make it a ballgame. Steph even rolled his ankle guarding him, leaving the game to get it retaped before returning.
If this is Steph’s baby-baby brother, we could be in for some more memorable Curry battles many years from now.