Stephen and Seth Curry.

Seth Curry looked like brother Steph with red hot 17 point quarter

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With Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors having a night off, it was left to his brother Seth to maintain the family name on Saturday.

The Sacramento Kings guard didn't disappoint either, as he exploded for 17 points in one quarter against the Denver Nuggets.

In the 12 minute period, the 25-year-old racked up two three-pointers, made four twos and a single free throw. He also added two assists for Kings teammates.

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Surprisingly, though, Seth was unable to add to his tally on the night as he finished with 17 points all told in the Kings' 115-106 win over the Nuggets.

Nevertheless, it was a red hot quarter from the Duke product and, in the highlights video, you can certainly see the family traits he shares with Steph and his father Dell.

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Having only started five game for the Kings this season (all in the last week), Seth Curry has been well and truly in the shadows of his older brother as the Warriors have put together what could be a record-breaking season.

Over the past few weeks, however, the younger sibling has been in fine form. His 17 point quarter against Denver came on the back of a 21 point effort against the Miami Heat on April 1 and he's has scored at least 12 points in five of his last six appearances.

Of course, there is still some way to go to match the achievements of Steph in Golden State but, with free agency pending, Seth has found form at just the right time.

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