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Warriors’ Stephen Curry reacts to brother Seth Curry lighting it up for Blazers

Stephen Curry, Seth Curry

Stephen Curry was happy with what he was seeing out of his younger sibling during the Portland Trail Blazers’ matchup against the Toronto Raptors.

Steph and the Golden State Warriors were off on Friday, which left the two-time MVP with nothing else to do except watch his little big bro drain some big buckets against the Raptors.

The 28-year-old guard knocked down a crucial 3-pointer at the 1:48 mark in the third quarter that brought Portland back within 10.

Like brother, like brother?

Curry had nine points in 14 minutes played, and was a +9 heading into the fourth quarter – finishing the game with a +12 in 19 minutes played.

Toronto ended up escaping with the victory 119-117, thanks to a Kawhi Leonard game-winning jumper on the baseline. Leonard recorded a game-high 38 points with the bucket – as well as five assists and three rebounds to go along with it.

As they normally do, Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum led the way for the Blazers most of the evening, each combining for 59 points and 11 assists.

The Blazers fall to 38-24 with the loss, while the Raptors are now 46-17, avidly trying to regain control of the Eastern Conference from the Milwaukee Bucks who are currently two games ahead.

Seth Curry is averaging 6.2 points, 1.3 rebounds, and 1.0 assists in 17.3 minutes during his fifth year in the NBA. His minutes have dwindled since his last active season with the Dallas Mavericks in the 2016-17 season, where he played 29.0 minutes per contest.