Jrue and Justin Holiday were reunited on the court Monday morning at the Sixers’ practice facility.

The Sixers signed Justin Holiday, who is a year and two months older than Jrue, for the remainder of the regular season.

The two brothers may be similar in appearance but bring different skill sets to the basketball court.

“He is a defender. Very long, has a lot of length, very athletic, so I guess the opposite of me, right,” Jrue Holiday said of his sibling. “He can shoot the ball well. He knocks down open shots and he can pass. He does a little bit of everything, but he defends really well.”

“I think I am a guy who can play on both sides of the floor,” Justin Holiday said. “I can help, especially defensively, and on the offensive side of the floor I can knock down an open shot after my brother is penetrating and kicking and feeding the post.”

It has been more than four years since the Holidays shared the hardwood in an official setting and that was when they faced each other in a college game. Jrue Holiday and his UCLA Bruins faced off against Justin Holiday and the Pac 12 foe Washington Huskies.

The two have to go back even further to reach a point in time when they were teammates. The brothers last played together in high school when they went 33-1 with Campbell Hall High in California. They helped their team capture the California Division IV state championship.

Justin Holiday was a senior on that team with Jrue a year behind him. By that time, the two had put any sibling rivalry to the side to lead their team to ultimate success.