Seth Curry played well and held up his end of the bargain in the first half against big brother Steph Curry and the Warriors on Monday night.
Then Steph went thermonuclear in the second half, leaving Seth and the Philadelphia 76ers in his path of destruction.
In the first half Monday, Steph outscored Seth 20-15, a respectable margin for the young brother considering he's not the focal point of the 76ers' offense.
The second half was a completely different story. Steph dropped in 29 points to lead to the Warriors to a 107-96 win over the East-leading 76ers.
Seth? He was held scoreless on five field goals attempts in 17 second-half minutes.
Yes, Steph outscored Seth 29-0 in the second half.
Steph recently told NBC Sports Bay Area that Seth is the defender who frustrates him the most, and his younger brother stole a pass early in the first quarter Monday. After the Warriors win, Steph noted that Seth finds a way to disarm him every time they play.
And while there was trash talk during Monday's contest, Steph made it clear he got the last word with his performance.
"There's always, always [chatter]," Steph told reporters. "At the end of the day, especially in the fourth quarter, I didn't have to say much."