Steph Curry scored the last 3 points of the Warrior’s comeback win against the Philadelphia 76ers, 116-96. He scored the points with only 1 minute and 27 seconds left on the clock.
The score was well out of reach for the Sixers, but the Warriors’ star didn’t realize what his sixth 3-pointer of the night really meant.
Until then, his younger brother and 76ers guard Seth Curry had outscored him by exactly 2 points.
Steph Curry Had No Idea That He Had Outscored His Brother
Steph Curry spoke to the reporters that he didn’t know about this fact, which was later reminded to him by his brother. He clearly had no idea that the stakes were quite high on that last shot.
Steph ended the game with 25 points, the highest in the game. Seth was the game’s second-leading scorer with 24 points to his name, which is his second-highest scoring night this season.
Seth told the reporters that he was a little upset at the end of the fourth quarter. It was his first opportunity to outscore him and then Steph Curry gets wide open to score a 3-pointer at the end of the game. He was not happy that he was eclipsed by just a point.
Steph Curry seemed to be happy with the fact that the Warriors improved to an NBA-best 16-2 with the win over the 76ers, but was proud and praised his younger brother for the game.
Following the game, Steph Curry posted a picture of him, Seth, and Warriors guard Damion Lee, who was married to Steph and Seth’s sister Sydel and added the caption “Family things! Happy Thanksgiving.”