Stephen Curry is not the only Golden State Warriors player with a brother trying to make his way in the NBA.
Over the past couple of years, Seth has been trying to establish his own name in the league while his brother has won back-to-back titles.
He had a breakthrough with the Sacramento Kings last season, averaging 6.8 points on 45.5 percent shooting in his 44 appearances for the Warriors' conference rivals. The point guard now finds himself with the Dallas Mavericks after signing a two-year, $6 million deal.
Klay Thompson's sibling Mychal is now working out with the franchise on the possibility he could earn himself a contract.
While the Golden State man has made his name as arguably the best two-way guard in the league and the second best three-point shooter behind Steph, his brother has struggled for any kind of consistency.
Like the younger Curry, he went undrafted out college. After playing for the Pepperdine Waves from 2007 to 2011, he was picked up by the Orlando Magic's D-League affiliate the Erie BayHawks.
He signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers in December 2011 but was waived after making just five appearances. Since then he has had two stints with the Santa Cruz Warriors, where he created the D-League 'Splash Brothers' alongside Seth, the Sioux Falls Skyforce and Italian side Pallacanestro Varese.