Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is already regarded by many as the greatest shooter in NBA history. But Steph must contend with the fact his younger brother is ahead of him on the all-time list for three-point percentage. Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry moved into second place on that list shortly before scoring 27 points and going 3-of-7 from beyond the arc in a 111-91 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday afternoon.

But Curry was quick to dismiss Dallas Morning News reporter Brad Townsend after Townsend had asked him whether he had seen his place in history:

“Have you seen this?” I asked, holding up my cellphone, with a queued-up chart, showing that Curry had moved up to No. 2 in the NBA in 3-point percentage.

Curry quickly turned away. “I don’t want to see that,” he said, politely.

Curry might be focused on the present, but he is developing every bit a reputation as Steph.

Seth is shooting nearly 45 percent from beyond the arc on 5.0 attempts per game, establishing himself as an elite marksman while giving the Mavs invaluable minutes at the point guard spot.

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Curry was red-hot in February, and he said he expects to continue his high level of play down the stretch:

Curry, 29, was coming off a February in which he made 39 of his 66 3-point attempts, a sizzling 59%.Against the Heat, he drained eight of nine 3-point attempts.

“The last few years I’ve been playing my best after the All-Star break, so it feels good to keep it going, hopefully,” he said.

“I’m just trying to take good shots. If I take good shots, I know the percentages will always come around for me. . . . I knew I would end up having a streak sooner or later to get it back to my averages.”

Whether he likes it or not, Seth has bragging rights over Steph.

More importantly, his hot shooting is helping to keep the Mavs squarely in playoff contention.