Steph Curry had nothing but praise for his brother Seth, as the Warriors faced the 76ers on Wednesday night. Steph and the Warriors walked away with the victory in the end, but Seth did all he could to help the Sixers remain close.

The two brothers managed to be the game’s top-two scorers. Steph registered a game-high 25 points, with Seth right behind him at 24.

“That dude is playing unbelievable basketball, and it’s fun to watch,” Steph said, per NBC Sports Bay Area. “He’s continued to get better.

He goes at his own pace, he’s so under control. … It’s impressive, the way that he’s playing, the way that he’s stepped into his own identity in this league as a scorer and playmaker. Proud, proud brother.”

Seth Curry is enjoying the best year of his eight-year career, averaging a career-high 15.9 points per game. Steph will face again his brother on December 11, when the Warriors compete against the 76ers in Philadelphia.