Steph Curry’s brother Seth finally finds his NBA home
Since he entered the Association in 2013, Seth Curry, the brother of reigning MVP Steph, has played a total of 21 minutes of NBA game action. After an impressive Summer League performance with the Pelicans that saw the younger Curry average 24.3 points, he has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Sacramento Kings. The second year of the deal is a player option, giving Seth something he has not seen since he left Duke. Security. The two-year deal is the first guaranteed contract he has signed in the NBA after playing on various 10-day contracts or with D-League teams.
Curry will not be guaranteed minutes in George Karl’s rotation, but he has the chance to prove he can hang with the big boys. In his D-League career, Curry averaged 21 points per game, and shot 46% from 3-point range in 2014. It took his brother Steph a few years to develop into a great NBA player, so it is not far-fetched to believe Seth is on the same type of developmental curve. No, Seth will not be a future MVP, but a solid role player is possible.
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