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On the first possession of the fourth quarter on Thursday, Seth Curry missed a 3-pointer. The Blazers guard didn't miss again the rest of the night.
First, it was a driving scoop shot off the glass -- immediately after Steph Curry hit a deep triple to pull the Warriors to within one point.
Then, Seth hit a catch-and-shoot 3-pointer from 30 feet out to make it 80-74, followed by:
But it was his next attempt from beyond the arc that was the prettiest of them all:
Hey Steph -- what was it like watching your younger brother catch fire?
"It's a weird feeling for sure," the two-time MVP told reporters. "He got hot in the fourth quarter ... I caught myself probably two or three years ago -- when he first showed up on the scene -- sitting on the bench and he got in and having to catch myself not clapping for him.
"But tonight, it was just a weird vibe. Kinda surreal. Every time we play against each other, I enjoy it. My mom and sister in the crowd. I looked up at her asking her who she was rooting for -- after he hit his last 3."
We know who Sydel Curry-Lee -- Steph and Seth's younger sister -- was rooting for:
Wouldn't have been mad at all at a Seth game winner 🤷🏽♀️— Sydel Curry-Lee (@SydelCurryLee) December 28, 2018
Also, this happened earlier in the night:
After the game, a reporter mentioned how it looked like Seth was channeling his inner Steph Curry. That's not how Seth views things.
"Nah, I was channeling myself," he responded. Great answer.
In the end, Steph registered 29 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks, but he also tied his season high with 7 turnovers.
Seth finished with 11 points -- all of which came during that 3-minute span in the fourth quarter.
"Family affair was fun tonight," Steph said. "(Seth) got the best of us, but we get to run it back on Saturday."
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller