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The Splash Brother's brother is back in the NBA.

Seth Curry has earned himself an NBA contract. After taking over the Las Vegas Summer League for the New Orleans Pelicans, Curry and the Sacramento Kings agreed to a two-year contract on Tuesday night, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Curry is signing for the minimum. The second year of the deal includes a player option and both years of the contract are guaranteed, according to Wojnarowski.

Curry broke out at Summer League, averaging 24.3 points and 4.6 rebounds in six games. He did not display his brother Stephen's three-point stroke, hitting only 22 percent of the six threes he attempted per game, but has a history of making outside shots dating back to his three seasons at Duke.

Curry has played four career NBA games with three different teams. Last season, the only team he appeared for was the Phoenix Suns. Curry was undrafted out of Duke in 2013.

His brother was excited to hear the news.