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Seth Curry | Guard | #30

Team: Dallas Mavericks
Age / DOB:  (27) / 8/23/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 185
College: Duke
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Seth Curry (leg) is unlikely to play at all this week according to coach Rick Carlisle.
He still doesn't have a timetable to return and is considered week-to-week. As noted earlier, the trio of Devin Harris, J.J. Barea and Yogi Ferrell will likely see their minutes take a hit once Curry is cleared to return, but they shouldn't be owned in standard leagues anyways. Nov 20 - 12:19 PM

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Seth Curry (leg) will not play on Monday vs. Boston.

The Mavs continue to list him as out and he's considered week-to-week. Once Curry is cleared to return, Yogi Ferrell, J.J. Barea and Devin Harris are all candidates to lose minutes.
Nov 20 - 10:08 AM

Seth Curry (leg) is listed as out for Friday's game vs. the Wolves.

We keep hearing that he's making good progress, but the Mavs have every reason to proceed with caution. There's still a good chance that we'll see Curry at some point in November, though. Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea will continue to play extended minutes in Dallas, but Barea has been the better option in deeper leagues.
Nov 16 - 12:32 PM

Seth Curry (leg) will not play on Sunday vs. the Thunder.

He's been week-to-week for a while, but recent reports have indicated that he's still targeting a mid-November return. Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea will continue to see an uptick in minutes in Curry's absence.
Nov 12 - 1:19 PM

Seth Curry (leg) is listed as out in the game notes for Tuesday's game against Washington.

While Rick Carlisle said that nothing is imminent regarding Curry's return, he did say that he's been making steady progress and hasn't experienced a setback. Curry looked good getting up shots at Monday's practice, but with him still not going through full-contact work, he's likely still a ways off. Yogi Ferrell, Devin Harris and J.J. Barea will continue to see an uptick in minutes with him out, with Ferrell being the most attractive fantasy option of the group.

Seth Curry (leg) did some pre-game work before Saturday's game.

He looked to be moving around quite well, but Curry is still considered week-to-week. Most teams have learned that bringing a guy back too soon from a stress fracture in a player's lower leg could be risky, so Curry likely still has a few more hurdles to clear before he's in game action. Yogi Ferrell, Devin Harris and J.J. Barea should see a few extra minutes until Seth is back.
Nov 4 - 7:29 PM

Seth Curry (leg) said he's still week-to-week.

"I started shooting a little the past couple weeks," Curry said. "We're trying to let it heal and slowly ramp up what I can do. I'm trying to test it out as much as I can and make some strides each week. I just can't do a lot of pounding on it." Curry will have another MRI soon to track his progress, but it has not been scheduled yet. A return in mid-November is likely still on the table.
Source: SportsDay
Oct 30 - 11:17 AM

Seth Curry (left tibia stress reaction) has resumed "live action" workouts, according to Rick Carlisle, but he doesn't have a clear return date.

Curry is traveling with the Mavs and it's encouraging that he's ramping up his activity, but stress reactions can only be healed with rest. Yogi Ferrell, J.J. Barea and Devin Harris will continue to pick up more minutes until Curry is cleared to play.
Oct 29 - 3:12 PM

Seth Curry (left tibia stress reaction) will not play this week.

This means he will miss at least the next four games for Dallas. Head coach Rick Carlisle did say that Curry is improving, and we'll have another update once he's re-evaluated next Monday. Consider him questionable for Oct. 30 against the Jazz. Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea will continue to see a bump with Curry out another week.
Oct 23 - 12:22 PM

Seth Curry (left tibia stress reaction) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup with the Warriors.

Monday will mark Curry's fourth straight game on the sidelines, and it's unclear exactly when he'll be able to get back to the court. Head coach Rick Carlisle has indicated that this will be a week-by-week issue, and with Dallas ruling him out a full day in advance, it doesn't seem like he's all that close. With Dennis Smith Jr. (knee) also questionable, Yogi Ferrell could be forced into heavy minutes on Monday night with J.J. Barea earning the start.
Oct 22 - 2:22 PM

Seth Curry (left tibia stress reaction) will be re-evaluated next Sunday, according to coach Rick Carlisle, who referred to it as a "week-to-week" situation.

This means at least three DNPs for Curry to begin the season, as the Mavs start off with games on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. He will soon resume light activity and is "making progress," however, so there's a chance he'll be ready to face the Warriors on Monday, Oct. 23. Dallas will play it safe to avoid the injury becoming a stress fracture, and until he's ready to go it will be J.J. Barea, Yogi Ferrell, Wes Matthews and Devin Harris picking up the slack.

Seth Curry (tibia) will not play the rest of preseason and said he was willing to sacrifice the early games in the regular season if that allowed him to come back fully healthy.

Coach Rick Carlisle said he was hopeful Curry would be back by the season opener, but that seems unlikely at this point. "Right now, it's just about rest and getting off of it for a week or however long it is and see how it goes from there," said Curry. "It's a long season. You'd rather miss a few games and come back healthy and play well the rest of the season than come back early and then be out and not be 100 percent." Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea will soak up additional minutes while Curry is sidelined.
Oct 10 - 9:46 AM

Seth Curry (tibia) will not play on Monday vs. the Magic.

We're still waiting for an official timetable for Curry, but coach Rick Carlisle said on Saturday he's hopeful to have him back for the season opener. We should know more by the end of the week, but fantasy owners should be very cautious until we hear something concrete. Yogi Ferrell looks like the biggest beneficiary while Curry is out.
Oct 9 - 9:47 AM

Coach Rick Carlisle told reporters that he is hopeful that Seth Curry (tibia) will be ready to play in the Mavs season opener.

This is encouraging news, as there was speculation Curry would miss an extended period of time after the team announced early Saturday that he had been diagnosed with a stress reaction of his left tibia. Curry initially suffered the injury on Monday vs. Milwaukee and tests on Friday revealed a stress reaction, which is a precursor to a stress fracture. We will have to wait for a definitive medical update early next week to get a better sense of Curry's immediate future. For the time being, it's probably best to play it safe and bump him down draft boards.

The Mavs announced on Saturday that Seth Curry is out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a stress reaction of his left tibia.

No timetable has been set for Curry's return. Per the Dallas Morning News, the typical recovery time for a stress reaction can range from anywhere from two weeks to two months. With Curry sidelined, Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea will log additional minutes playing off the ball next starting PG Dennis Smith. Devin Harris will also likely see an uptick in playing time. Dallas could conceivably also choose to go another route and start Wesley Mathews at SG, downshifting Harrison Barnes to SF and Dirk Nowitzki to PF, allowing Nerlens Noel to start at center.
Oct 7 - 12:36 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PG1Dennis Smith Jr.
2Yogi Ferrell
3J.J. Barea
SG1Seth Curry
2Devin Harris
SF1Wesley Matthews
2Dorian Finney-Smith
PF1Harrison Barnes
2Dwight Powell
3Maxi Kleber
4Josh McRoberts
C1Dirk Nowitzki
2Salah Mejri
3Nerlens Noel
4Jeff Withey
5Johnathan Motley