Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry left Game 1 against the Washington Wizards after taking a shot to the stomach, but he returned to the game after a trip to the locker room. In the third quarter, Curry went on a flurry to help the Sixers take the lead, and his brother took notice.

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is at home watching the playoffs and obviously keeping tabs on his brother. He tweeted in support of little bro on Sunday:

Seth scored eight points in under two minutes to help the Sixers reclaim the lead after the Wizards surged ahead, with six of those points coming from deep. He just missed making another triple soon after that run.

Game 1 between the top-seeded Sixers and eighth-seeded Wizards has been a battle all game long. Joel Embiid got into foul trouble early, which helped Washington get back into the game after a sluggish start. Both teams have been scoring at will, with Tobias Harris and Bradley Beal leading the way for their respective teams.

This has become the norm for Wizards games. They're able to score points in bunches, while also giving up plenty of them. They've made a habit of playing in absolutely bonkers games with high final scores.

Seth Curry has enjoyed another excellent shooting season. This is his first season with the Sixers after a trade from the Dallas Mavericks. Curry averaged 12.5 points and shot a ridiculous 45.0% on 3-pointers on nearly five attempts per game in the regular season.

While Stephen Curry is the best shooter of all time, his little brother is certainly no slouch. He's a career 44.4% 3-point shooter and has hit the 45% mark in three consecutive seasons. His shooting will be crucial as the Sixers try to make a run to a championship.