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Seth Curry
Seth Curry
Position: G
Born: 08/23/90
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:179 lbs. / 81.2 kg.
“Signature moments only come for players who are holding the trophy at the end of the day,” Curry told reporters after being asked about the play. “So I can sit here and talk about what a great play it was and what a turning moment it might have been, but we have to be able to back it up and finish the job. It helped us win this game, and hopefully after our next win we can talk about all the great moments in the series.”
“I think he just loves those big-time moments,” said Seth, who played at Duke and even briefly was Dellavedova’s teammate last season with the Cavaliers. “He wants to be the one to take the shot; he’s not afraid of a miss. Being at home or on the road, when the other team is on a run or made a big shot, you can tell he gets a different energy to make the shots he does.”
So you think Seth, who has played in the NBA and NBA Development League, feels for Dellavedova? Nope. No way. “I don’t feel bad for those teams because I’ve seen it up close and personal,” he told Sporting News. “I had that feeling a lot. You play good defense, and he’s still making shots like he did tonight. I can remember times touching the ball, playing great defense, blocking it or whatever, and he still finds a way to put it in the hole. “I mean, it’s frustrating. So I don’t feel bad for other teams.”
The Phoenix Suns have signed guard Seth Curry to a 10-day contract. Curry, a 6-1, 180-pound point guard, has averaged 23.5 points on shooting splits of 48.0 percent from the field, 48.2 percent from three-point range and 91.9 percent from the free throw line, in addition to 4.3 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 1.3 steals and 37.0 minutes in 36 games with the Erie BayHawks of the NBA Development League this season. Among D-League leaders, Curry ranks second in scoring average, first in three-point percentage and second in free throw percentage.
Here’s 10 potential call-ups to watch at the D-League Showcase. 1. Quincy Miller, Reno Bighorns, F, 6-10, 219 pounds: “He’s still young and might be the best prospect with his length, ability to play small forward and power forward, make 3-pointers and handle the ball, too.” 2. JaMychal Green, Austin Spurs, F, 6-9, 220 pounds: “He is the MVP of the D-League so far. He can rebound and he can spread the floor. He’s a jump shooter who can knock down the 12- 15-footer and is a consistent rebounder.” 3. Seth Curry, Erie Bay Hawks, G, 6-1, 180 pounds: “He is the D-League’s best shooter. He is a combo guard who plays primarily off the ball. He lacks quickness, but makes up with it with his savvy style.”
On Monday, the Magic are expected to announce they have signed guards Seth Curry, Peyton Siva and Drew Crawford and big man Kadeem Batts. But although Curry, Siva, Crawford and Batts are going to be training-camp invitees, they will not compete for spots on Orlando’s season-opening roster. The team’s plan is to waive them and, if they clear waivers, assign them to the Magic’s D-League affiliate, the Erie BayHawks.