Very few people in this world have watched Steph Curry play basketball more than Seth Curry, and when the two-time NBA MVP leaves his younger brother in awe, you know something magical is happening.
In the shadow of Washington Wizards All-Star guard Bradley Beal scoring 50 points earlier in the day, Steph answered back with a 49-point performance as the Warriors jumped out to a massive lead over the Oklahoma City Thunder at Chase Center on Saturday night.
While Steph bombed away from 3-point range in the third quarter, and Seth chimed in on Twitter.
Curry finished with 11 3-pointers on 21 attempts while shooting 14-of-26 from the field and 10-of-10 from the free-throw line.
Seth wasn't the only one left in disbelief by Steph's 49-point effort.
With the Warriors cruising against the Thunder, Steph's services weren't needed in the fourth quarter, so he didn't have a chance to top Beal's 50 points or take aim at Klay Thompson's single-game record of 14 3-pointers.