Storyline: Seth Curry Injury

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Seth Curry, 27, has yet to play in a Mavericks season that is 38 games old, due to a stress reaction in his left leg. It is a foregone conclusion he won’t be ready in time for the Mavs’ only game in Charlotte this season, Jan. 10 at Spectrum Center. “It’s very, very frustrating,” Curry told the Observer Dec. 29, following the Mavs’ road victory over the Pelicans. “I knew I would have a big role coming into the season. I prepared myself all summer for this season. It’s a huge setback, obviously, but I just have to attack my rehab with what I can do to help myself get back.”

The Mavericks will have some time for practice in the next 10 days with only four games scheduled. But if Curry isn’t ready, it could be after the three-game trip to Boston, Milwaukee and Minnesota that starts Dec. 6 before he plays. “But there’s light at the end of the tunnel there,” Carlisle said. “But there’s no timetable. There’s no saying: hey, he’s going to play against this team on this date, or a target date. We’re just not there yet.”
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During an appearance on NBA TV as a panel for Game 3 of the Toronto Raptors-Milwaukee series, Bosh also offered some insights on his transition as a full-time husband and father. “After a while, after a couple of years, I didn’t want to put myself out there and have that letdown again,” Bosh said. “I don’t want to be mad at the game. I don’t want to resent the game. Let me just walk away now causeI haven’t told any doctors.” “I got three boys and my twins were just born. And so as they were getting older, you know, you kinda see how much I realize how much I was going. I remember the first days being home it was so loud in the house. I had to get used to it.”
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