2. Seth Curry
There was a quiet race to acquire the services of Seth Curry this past offseason as a three-point specialist off the bench, with the Dallas Mavericks taking pole position and eventually landing Curry for the third time in his career, signing him to a two-year, $8 million deal in July.
Steph’s brother going to Dallas meant a reunion with the Mavericks and his former Nets teammate, Kyrie Irving.
The former Duke star probably thought he would get more time with the Mavs, but he only averages 10.1 minutes per game (almost half of what he was averaging last season) and 3.6 points per game (about a third of last year’s PPG average). He’s also doing this on 28.6% three-point shooting, a career-worst if you don’t count the two games he played during the 2014-15 season with Phoenix.
This guy is a career 43.4% three-point shooter, so Dallas probably expected much more. Even last year with the Nets, he was still a 40% three-point shooter.
I guess, at the very least, he’s still draining them in practice.