When people hear the last name "Curry", chances are they think of Stephen Curry or his father Dell Curry before the lesser-known Seth Curry, currently playing for the Philadelphia 76ers.Being the son of an NBA player and the younger brother of the greatest shooter of all time may sound great, but it may not be ideal when you're trying to pave a way for yourself in the league and haven't found the same success the rest of your family members did.Seth Curry Keeping Sixers AliveBut that hasn't kept Seth from putting up the work everywhere he goes, and he's becoming a major asset for the Sixers.He proved it again by knocking down a game-high 23 points to lead them past the Portland Trail Blazers on a night they were down 3 starters:“I was picking my spots,” Curry said, as quoted by The Reporter“And everybody did a good job sharing the basketball.”“I just try to stay aggressive and attack when I have the opportunities,” he added. “I try not to put too much pressure on myself, only to go out there and play the same way.”Seth Is Making A Name For HimselfThat aggressiveness has come with an efficiency that not many players can brag about.Right now, the guard is shooting 60.6% from the floor and 54.1% from the three-point range. And, albeit those numbers are unsustainable, the Currys are known for their incredible sharpshooting skills.Even so, Seth often shakes off the comparisons with his brother Steph, as he did after getting hot against the Oklahoma City Thunder a couple of nights ago:“I was getting good shots. It wasn’t like I was 18 dribbles, half-court, 40-footers," he said, as per ClutchPoints."It wasn’t like I was like on a Steph-type streak. I was finding good shots.”Philly Needs As Much Help As They Can GetCurry's shooting has been a breath of fresh air for the Sixers this season and he may need to take an even bigger role going forward.Starting SF Tobias Harris will be out several games due to COVID-19 protocols, Danny Green is also sidelined with a hamstring injury, and Ben Simmons' availability is still up in the air.So, with at least three-fifths of last year's starting lineup, Doc Rivers will have to rely on his best shooter to try and keep up with the rest of the East.What's Next For Ben Simmons?Even so, the biggest story for the Sixers this season is the Ben Simmons situation.Simmons threatened to sit out the season in an attempt to force a trade but GM Daryl Morey didn't cave into his demands.The former first-overall pick alleged not being mentally prepared to play at the moment, only sinking his trade value even further.He's now expected to partake in team activities at some point in the season but whether he'll finish the year at the City of Brotherly Love is yet to be seen.