It wouldn't be easy for an NBA player to come into the league with their brother being the Warriors' Steph Curry. However, Brooklyn Nets guard Seth Curry has been able to carve out his own career despite having an all-time great as his older brother.
Seth might not be the renowned 3-point shooter as Steph, but he could hold his own when putting the ball from beyond the arc. The young brother has developed into a player that teams will look for if they want to add some shooting to their starting five.
During an interview with NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole for the latest episode of "Dubs Talk," Seth says that his family takes pride in being known as great shooters, which started with their father, Dell Curry.
"Following the footsteps of our pops, really," Seth told Poole after he was asked about the number of 3-pointers the Curry brothers have scored.
"It means we are growing up, we were paying attention to what was around us, and we just loved the game and tried to perfect our craft and obviously shooting, the most important part of the game is something we take pride in."
Seth adds that he and his brother have no plans of slowing down and hope the two can continue to hit shots from behind the arc as they hit the latter stages of their career.
"Like I said, we're still coming and just the longevity, trying to make the longevity part of it, a big part of it," Seth said.
Seth holds the bragging rights over Steph this past season regarding 3-point field goal percentage, as the Nets guard shot 42.2 percent from beyond the arc. Meanwhile, the Warriors' star made 38 percent of his 3-pointers in 2021-22.
Regarding their career numbers, Steph loses again to his little brother, who shoots 43.9 percent in 377 games. As for the older Curry, he's not far behind with a career 3-point percentage of 42.8.