Warriors Steph Curry is looking to make history tonight, against his own little brother. Golden State is taking on the Sixers in the city of brotherly love, and the NBA is here for it. They tweeted a video ahead of tonight’s matchup of the brothers practicing when they were young, shooting lay ups and three-pointers.

According to the tweet, the Curry brothers would practice together before their dad’s games as a Toronto Raptors shooting guard. Having an open NBA court to practice jump shots is something most young kids can only dream of doing. This was a normal thing for the brothers.

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While the video from the early 2000s features the two working together, tonight will be much different. Steph is ten three-pointers away from beating former star shooting guard Ray Allen. The legendary three-pointer shooter recorded 2,973 threes in 1,300 games. Curry could take the record tonight in his 787th game, breaking the previous record in 513 less games.

There was the possibility that Curry could’ve beaten the record Wednesday when the Warriors hosted the Portland Trail Blazers. He attempted 17 long-range shots, but only drained six. Even though his little brother Seth wasn’t on the court, could it have been his fault that Steph fell short? If you’re superstitious, then you might believe Seth’s comment prior to Wednesday’s game jinxed the Warriors star.

The sibling rivalry will certainly push both of the Curry brothers to play to their potential, making the Saturday night game in Philadelphia a must watch.