Sixers guard Seth Curry in awe of brother Steph’s game vs. Thunder

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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry already torched the Philadelphia 76ers earlier in the season, but he has continued to destroy the rest of the league as well and he has everybody in awe of what he is doing.

The 2-time league MVP is at it again on Saturday as he has 49 points while knocking down a ridiculous 11 3-pointers on 21 attempts. He is also shooting 14-for-26 overall as he has made it look easy all night. Curry has done it all in 29:20 of playing time as the Warriors have a big lead over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the fourth quarter.

Steph’s brother, Seth Curry, has to be used to these types of performances from his brother, but he still remains in awe of what he sees from Steph.

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Seth has been shooting the ball pretty well for the Sixers this season as he has been one of the better acquisitions on the roster, but obviously, Steph is just different. The way he has been playing in the 2020-21 season has been historic and he has pushed himself into the MVP conversation a bit.

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