LaMelo Ball revelled in a "great feeling" after facing his brother, Lonzo, as the Charlotte Hornets overcame the New Orleans Pelicans.
LaMelo had 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in the Hornets' 118-110 victory in the NBA on Friday.
His brother, Lonzo, had less of an impact, finishing with five points, three assists and two rebounds for the Pelicans.
LaMelo, who had the first double-double of his NBA career, enjoyed facing his older brother.
"It was a great feeling for sure," he told Fox Sports.
"Onto the next one, we don't really live in the past, we've got a game tomorrow."
Gordon Hayward lifted the Hornets with 26 points, while Zion Williamson had 26 for the Pelicans.
LaMelo praised his team for working together as they improved to 4-5.
"I've played a lot of basketball and I know basketball don't change," he said.
"At the end of the day I'm smooth but all of our team-mates together we all help each other and push each other."