Like opening gifts on Christmas Day, we’re eagerly awaiting the day when Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry sets the new NBA record for most three-pointers made.

Before they took on the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night, Curry was only 16 three-pointers away from eclipsing Hall of Fame sharpshooter Ray Allen for the long distance feat. Someone very close to the Warriors superstar, however, may have jinxed him: Seth Curry.

After the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Charlotte Hornets on the same evening, the younger Curry made a tongue-in-cheek comment after being asked by reporters about his big brother’s upcoming milestone (via ESPN).

“It’s pretty inevitable. He’s getting up 15 a night and shooting it well. He’s going to get it one of these days. So hopefully he makes 14 tonight and we hold him to like two or three on Saturday night.”

To quote the great Michael Scott, we’re not superstitious. Just a little stitious.

Curry “only” made six three-pointers in the Warriors’ win over the Trail Blazers, although he did take 17 attempts. So perhaps, he was indeed gunning for the NBA record. Making 14 rainbow connections in a single game would also tie Klay Thompson’s NBA record. But both would have to wait.

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Still, Stephen Curry has a golden chance to finally set the new NBA record on Friday when the Warriors take on the Sixers. Dumping 10 three-pointers in front of his brother will make it much sweeter.

If he doesn’t, he can always blame Seth Curry.