Brothers Stephen Curry and Seth Curry met once again on Saturday night, and they had a special moment after the Golden State Warriors-Portland Trail Blazers game at the Moda Center.
Steph and Seth exchanged jerseys after the Warriors scored a 115-105 win over the Trail Blazers.
The official Twitter account of both teams made sure the moment will not go unnoticed, posting about the exchange of jerseys between Steph and his younger brother.
Family over everything pic.twitter.com/KNpV0MoLqa
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) December 30, 2018
Stephen Curry got the best of Seth on Saturday with the Warriors running away with their 24th win this season. The older Curry had a productive night, finishing with 25 points and eight rebounds. He also got a lot of help, as Klay Thompson posted 32 points and Kevin Durant chipped in 25 markers.
Seth, on the other hand, had a quiet night, finishing with only three points on 1-for-5 shooting in 16 minutes. It was a far cry from his performance against the Warriors on Thursday. Seth erupted for 11 points for Portland in their 110-109 overtime win against Golden State.
Portland’s victory at the Oracle Arena was their first against Golden State on the road in the Steve Kerr era, according to ESPN. It was also a special night for Seth, as he finally defeated his brother in an NBA game for the first time in seven tries.
Before their first three meetings this season, Seth faced his more popular brother as a member of the Sacramento Kings and the Dallas Mavericks. Steph admitted after the game that facing his brother still feels weird.
“It was just a weird vibe,” Steph said of facing his brother via NBC Sports. “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.”
Steph and Seth will face each other again on February 13 at the Moda Center in Portland.