NBA Free Agency: 5 Budget Point Guards for the Nets

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Seth Curry:

2015-16 Stats:
PPG: 6.8

APG: 1.5

RPG: 1.4

TOV: 0.8

FG%: 45.5%

3P%: 45%
PER: 13.90

Seth Curry is perhaps the most unproven of this group, but he could have the potential to be the best. Brother of the Warriors’ Stephen Curry and son of the great Dell Curry, he certainly has the blood to be a star. However, the 25-year-old Seth didn’t have the success his family had right away, as it took him a bit to break into the league at all. This past season, he was able to stick on with the Sacramento Kings and have a relatively successful season, playing in just 44 games, but earning his spot in the rotation.

Curry’s best play came at the end of the season in the month of April, averaging 16.4 points and 5.3 assists per game on 49% shooting from three-point range in about 32 minutes per game. Like Steph and Dell, he possesses an incredibly smooth touch from outside range, and that alone makes him worth a look. While it’s definitely a small sample size,  Seth had quite a bit of success when given extended playing time,. Curry could be quite the low-risk, high-reward type of player Sean Marks and the Nets take a chance on.