Philadelphia 76ers star Seth Curry channelled his inner-Stephen Curry as the younger Curry exploded for a huge 23-point first quarter on Sunday night. Doing his best impersonation of his older brother, Seth went absolutely bonkers against the Oklahoma City Thunder and dropped 23 points in the game's first 12 minutes, including six huge three-point bombs.

Watch as Seth Curry light the scoreboard up (via Bleacher Report):

There must've been something good coming out of the Curry kitchen over these past few days as both siblings have been on a tear to start the regular season. According to SportsCenter, the two Currys now own the two highest-scoring quarters so far this season with Seth's 23 on Sunday being a bucket away from Steph Curry's incredible 25-point first-quarter explosion against the Los Angeles Clippers last week.

Seth has been having himself quite the season so far. Without a starting court general, as the Ben Simmons drama continues to put a dark cloud over the City of Brotherly Love, the 31-year-old scorer has slotted nicely in the starting unit as head coach Doc Rivers' starting guard.

After dropping 23 points in their loss against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, Curry kept his foot on the gas and led the way for the Sixers with a game-high of 28 points to help his team keep their home record spotless at 2-0. Curry ended up knocking down a total of seven threes on Sunday night helping the Sixers come out of the weekend with a 115-103 win over the Thunder.

Look at Seth Curry, man. So inspirational.