Sixers guard Seth Curry shows off his range at Tahoe golf takeover

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The Curry brothers, Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, are known for their elite shooting, but they are also known for their love of the game of golf.

The Curry brothers combined both of their skills on Wednesday when they were at the Travis Mathew celebrity golf takeover in Lake Tahoe. Both of the brothers were competing in the tournament along with their father, Dell Curry.

There was a basketball court that popped up on the course and the Curry brothers were able to get some shooting in as well. Seth was able to knock one down from beyond the fence that had everybody excited.

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Seth finished his first Sixers season by shooting 45% from deep and he then shot a blistering 50.6% from deep in the playoffs so this should not come as a surprise. This is what he does. He just knocks down long-range shots like they are layups.

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