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Seth Curry
Seth Curry
Position: G
Born: 08/23/90
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:180 lbs. / 81.6 kg.
Salary: $7,834,449

Seth Curry: Sixers can win an NBA title with Ben Simmons

Jeff Skversky: Seth Curry does NOT want the #Sixers to Trade Ben Simmons Curry tells me he believes the Sixers can win an NBA title with Simmons “I love playing with Ben… he’s still a great player, he obviously had a rough playoffs… I look forward to playing with him again” #BenSimmons

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The Curry brothers, Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, are known for their elite shooting, but they are also known for their love of the game of golf. The Curry brothers combined both of their skills on Wednesday when they were at the Travis Mathew celebrity golf takeover in Lake Tahoe. Both of the brothers were competing in the tournament along with their father, Dell Curry.
It wasn’t until the final month of the 2015-16 that Curry began to see consistent minutes with the Kings, and he produced. It’s also when it started to become apparent that Curry had a future in the NBA. He had four 20-point performances, shot 31-for-64 (48.4%) on 3-pointers and averaged 15.2 points in 11 games. “I always believed I was good enough,” said Curry, the younger brother of Golden State’s Steph Curry. “It was just a matter of getting an opportunity and making the most out of it. I knew the confidence I had in myself and just maximizing what I do best and getting an opportunity to show at an NBA level and being consistent with it. That’s pretty much it.”
He averages 19.1 points on 57.5% shooting (50% on 3s) and has scored at least 20 points (at least 30 twice) in five of Philadelphia past eight games, and against the Hawks, he is the Sixers’ second-leading scorer at 21.8 points per game with a scorching 59.6% on 3-pointers. “I’m just locked in on what I’ve got to do every night on the floor,” Curry said. “No different than what I did in the playoffs last year. Focus on every single day and how I can get better at practice that day. Got to do that at night to win the game. End of the season, I’ll look back on everything. Right now, I’m just locked in on the process.”