Here’s Steph Curry’s message to younger brother Seth after Game 4

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The Warriors are moving on to the NBA Finals after beating the Portland Trail Blazers 119-117 in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. 

After the win, Steph Curry gave props to his little brother Seth. 

The two hugged it out after battling it out on the floor for four games. 

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors hugs brother Seth Curry #31 of the Portland Trail Blazers after defeating the Trail Blazers 119-117 in game four of the NBA Western Conference Finals (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

Steph says Seth really proved he’s got what it takes and is proud of his big plays, even when Seth stole the ball from him! 

While speaking to ESPN, Seth revealed a message for his younger brother, saying he’d hang up his jersey and called the experience one to remember.

“Somebody had to lose, but this is just the beginning for him and his career in terms of being on this stage,” Curry said. “He’s proved to a lot of people that not only does he belong, but he can play big minutes in playoff games. We’ll remember this for the rest of our lives … this is what it’s all about.”

The Curry brothers battled against each other in the playoff series for the first time in their careers.

It was also the first time any set of brothers met in an NBA conference final.

By the time Game 1 of the NBA Finals arrives in either Milwaukee or Toronto on May 30, itโ€™ll be a 10-day gap โ€” nine full off days โ€” between games for the Warriors.

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