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Curry Brothers Match Up for the First Time in Golden State

By Brian Kotloff | December 29, 2015

Steph Curry found himself matched up with a familiar opponent when the Warriors hosted the Kings on Monday night.

For the third time this season, the Curry brothers — Steph and his younger brother Seth, a former NBA D-League star in his first full NBA season — met in an NBA game. But this time the two shared the court at the same time to add another highlight to Steph’s incredible season.

🏀 The Curry Brothers! 💦

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Steph notched a triple-double as his Warriors rolled, 122-103, while Seth posted seven points and three assists in 20 minutes of action.

It was the fourth time this season Seth has played at least 20 minutes. Not surprisingly considering his genes, he’s shooting 41% from three.

The younger curry spent the first two seasons of his career with the NBA Development League’s Santa Cruz Warriors and Erie BayHawks, averaging 21.9 points while shooting 43% from deep.

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