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Old 07-03-2018, 03:58 AM   #1
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Seth Curry has agreed upon a two-year, $5.6 million deal with the Portland Trail Blazers.

Curry will join Portland's backcourt rotation with Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.

Curry missed the entire 17-18 season with a fractured left tibia.

Curry averaged 12.8 points in 29 minutes a game and shot 42.5 percent from 3-point range for the Mavs in 16-17.



Too bad we couldnt Keep him for the same Money. I think we could have afforded that. Would have been a great 1-2 Option from the Bench. But with Brunson and Doncic joining that Guard Rotation guess he saw his role go away.
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Old 07-03-2018, 05:28 AM   #2
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Others have already said that, but something must have raised a red flag for Mavs if they weren't willing to keep him around at that bargain. Too bad it didn't work out. Had that stellar year in 16/17, but god knows what's up with that injury. Missing an entire year is never great.
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Others have already said that, but something must have raised a red flag for Mavs if they weren't willing to keep him around at that bargain. Too bad it didn't work out. Had that stellar year in 16/17, but god knows what's up with that injury. Missing an entire year is never great.
Yeah, his injury was the first thing that came to my mind. However, I'm happy to see the turnover in guards. Now if only Wes would go away. :-/
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Now I hope he retires in Dallas. It's nice to have Seth back.
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Yesterday he passed his brother in career 3-point shooting percentage.
Seth: 43.57%
Steph: 43.51%

They are the active top 2 players in 3-point field gold percentage.

Another fun fact:

Seth has played 119 games as a Maverick and 122 games for the Grizzlies, Cavaliers, Suns, Kings, and Trail Blazers. In 3 games he will have played as many games for the Mavericks as he had for all of those teams combined. 1 more game and he'll definitely bleed Mavericks colors. Seth is definitely a Maverick, and I hope we see many more games like the one yesterday in which the Curry family tied the Hardaway family in seasons with 100 made 3-point attempts at 16.
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Appreciation threads are generally reserved for outgoing players, but since this got bumped I’ll post this here...


@bobbykaralla:Seth Curry, 2016-17
Before Mexico City: 34 games, 10.1 PTS, 44.6/39.4/77.1 splits
Mexico City & after: 36 games, 15.4 PTS, 50.6/44.9/89.2 splits

2019-20
Before Mexico City: 21 games, 8.2 PTS, 43.1/38.3/93.5 splits
Mexico City & after: 28 games, 13.7 PTS, 48.8/44.9/84.2 splits
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