Seth Curry imitates brother Stephen with 23-point first quarter
Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry. Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 115-103 on Sunday. Key in the victory was the contribution of Philly sharpshooter, Seth Curry. He ultimately recorded 28 points on 7-of-10 shooting for the night.

After the game, Seth spoke to the media and revealed that his scoring explosions were much different than the ones his brother, Stephen Curry, is known for.

“I was getting good shots,” Seth said, per ESPN. “It wasn’t like I was 18 dribbles, half-court, 40-footers. It wasn’t like I was like on a Steph-type streak. I was finding good shots.”

Beyond just finding good shots, Seth also successfully killed OKC’s momentum during a late run.

“They were on a big run,” he continued. “It got kind of loud in there for a second. We needed to kind of stop the run. Once we broke the press, Tobias (Harris) found me in the corner and I just took my time, set my feet and shot it like any other shot. Just one of those that you step into with confidence, and it was a big shot to kind of close the game out.”

Across the way, Stephen finished with 27 points on 9-of-23 shooting in a win against the Sacramento Kings. Both brothers are off to a great start so far this season.

This article first appeared on Game 7 and was syndicated with permission.

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