Curry was in the running for Las Vegas Summer League MVP but was beaten out by Kyle Anderson of the San Antonio Spurs for the award. That’s the system in which his big bro thrived, leading our own Shaun Powell not only to write about their fit but to speculate on the prospect of Seth joining the Pelicans for training camp in October.
Curry and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a two-year, $2 million contract, a person with knowledge of the deal said Tuesday night. He has split time between the National Basteball Association Development League and 10-day contracts with Cleveland, Phoenix and Memphis the past two seasons. Yahoo Sports first reported Seth Curry’s deal.
Seth Curry went undrafted out of Duke after undergoing surgery on his right knee/shin. He’s known as a shooter after shooting 42.5 percent in his 81 D-League games for the Santa Cruz Warriors in 2013-14 and the Erie Bayhawks in 2014-15.
At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Curry brought in by the Kings, and is the second player the team has reached a deal with since the end of Summer League.
At age 24, Seth is three years younger than Stephen.
Seth Curry is reaping the rewards from his strong performance in the National Basteball Association Summer League.