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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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With Harrison Barnes expected to start at small forward, Seth Curry could move back to the bench.
The Mavs have stuck with Wes Matthews as the starter at the two or three, so he would likely move over to the shooting guard spot. Curry has said he wants to start for the Mavs, but coach Rick Carlisle has also talked about using him as a ball handler. Either way, Curry is still worth a look later in drafts. Sep 14 - 7:57 PM
Source: Mavs.com

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Seth Curry still wants to start for the Mavs next year.

"I just want to continue to be consistent with my play, so I can get better and just be reliable every single night and carve out my role even more on this team," Curry said. The Mavs wanted to try Curry as more of a point guard late last year, but those plans changed with the selection of Dennis Smith Jr. Curry is still on the board as a late-round pick, but his role isn't clear right now.
Source: Mavs.com
Aug 23 - 4:44 PM

Seth Curry said he still wants to play both guard positions now that Dallas has Dennis Smith Jr.

He said DSJ can also score off the ball and added he'll do whatever coach Rick Carlisle wants him to do. Late in last season, the Mavs opted to give Curry a longer look at point guard and he did have some success in that role before his shoulder injury Although, his best stretch last year was as a shooting guard in February, averaging 16.7 points, 2.9 boards, 3.6 assists, 1.1 steals and 2.4 treys on a tidy 66.1 true shooting percentage in those 11 games. Curry could be a sixth man for the Mavs, but he could still have value with minutes in the mid-20s.
Source: Dallas News
Jun 24 - 8:54 PM

Seth Curry said that his shoulder is no longer an issue.

Curry missed eight of the final 10 games of the 2016-17 season and there was even some talk about a possible surgery, but it doesn't sound like that option is still on the table. Curry's value takes a hit with the Mavericks selecting Dennis Smith Jr. with the 9th pick, but he should still have a significant role as the team's sixth man. In 70 games, Curry posted averages of 12.8 points, 2.7 assists, 2.6 rebounds, 1.1 steals and 2.0 triples, returning top-80 value in standard leagues.
Jun 23 - 1:35 PM

Seth Curry said that Rick Carlisle putting him on the floor for big minutes in meaningful games helped his confidence during his first year in Dallas.

"We obviously had a lot of injuries early on this season, so some of the young guys got an opportunity to play big minutes," said Curry. "A lot of time the young guys come in and play minutes, but it’s not really meaningful basketball. We had a lot of meaningful minutes to play trying to win games, and it helped me out to get my confidence going, playing every night and trying to play well." Curry put in career-highs across the board during his first year with the Mavs, and he'll make for a fine mid-round pick in next year's drafts.
Source: Mavs.com
May 24 - 11:56 AM

Seth Curry (shoulder) said he is still hoping to avoid surgery on his shoulder.

"The doctors and the trainers test it out, and I’ll go hard throughout the summer and over the next month to see how it feels when it’s getting banged on and stuff like that," Curry said. I’m not too worried about it. I’m confident that we’ll figure out what the problem is and get it right going into next season." The Mavs want to get a look at Curry as a point guard, but he should get playing time regardless.
Source: Mavs.com
Apr 20 - 5:09 PM

Seth Curry said that he's hoping to avoid shoulder surgery.

"It's still a possibility, but I don't think it's necessary at this point," Curry added. The combo guard is expected to go through a full month of rehab and will then be re-evalauted at that point. His shoulder sidelined him for the final seven games of the season, but Curry showed a lot of promise all year with averages of 12.8 points, 2.7 assists, 2.6 rebounds, 1.1 steals and 2.0 3-pointers. The Mavs were even looking at him as the starting PG right before he went down. We'll keep a close eye on his progress during the offseason.
Source: ESPN
Apr 13 - 1:31 PM

Seth Curry (shoulder) has been ruled out for the final three games of the season.

This isn't all that surprising as there's no incentive for Curry to risk a setback with the shoulder issue with Dallas playing for Ping Pong balls. Yogi Ferrell, J.J. Barea and Nicolas Brussino will continue to pick up the slack in his absence. Curry will finish his first full season in Dallas with averages of 12.8 points, 2.0 triples, 2.7 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.3 turnovers per game on 48.1 percent shooting, which was good enough for seventh-round value in standard 9-cat leagues.

Seth Curry (shoulder) will not play Sunday against the Suns.

That's his fourth straight game after aggravating his shoulder last weekend. Curry being ruled out a day in advance doesn't bode well for him making his return this season. It's been Yogi Ferrell getting the added opportunity, so he is still worth a look in most leagues with a plus matchup on his hands. Nicolas Brussino and Dorian Finney-Smith also benefit.
Apr 8 - 3:43 PM

Coach Rick Carlisle said Seth Curry (shoulder) might not play again this season.

Curry has missed four straight games due to the shoulder issue. "I'm not sure at this point [about him playing in the final three games]. We'll see," said Carlisle. "He's gotten it banged a lot and it's painful. I hope he can play a couple of games, but if it's not the right thing, he won't do it." The Mavs have long been eliminated from playoff contention, so they have no reason to rush Curry back. He should be on the waiver wire.
Apr 8 - 10:04 AM

Coach Rick Carlisle said Seth Curry (shoulder) will not play Friday vs. the Spurs and may be out for the remainder of the season.

This will be the fourth straight game Curry has missed and, with this dire update from coach Carlisle, it's probably time for Curry owners to cut bait. Yogi Ferrell, Devin Harris and J.J. Barea will continue to divvy up Curry's minutes.
Apr 7 - 12:11 PM

Seth Curry (shoulder) will not play against the Clippers on Wednesday.

He suffered an aggravation to his left shoulder on Friday and has been out since. Curry's fantasy owners will probably have to consider cutting him at this point. Yogi Ferrell figures to benefit most, especially if coach Rick Carlisle rests some other veterans today.
Apr 5 - 9:16 PM

Seth Curry (left shoulder) is questionable to play Wednesday vs. the Clippers.

Curry has spent the past two games on the sidelines, which has led to extended minutes for Yogi Ferrell, Devin Harris and J.J. Barea. It'll be more of the same if he's again forced to the sidelines on Wednesday night.
Source: Mavs.com
Apr 5 - 1:16 PM

Seth Curry (left shoulder) will not suit up for Tuesday's game against the Kings.

This will be Curry's second straight game on the sidelines, and head coach Rick Carlisle called him doubtful for Wednesday's game, so owners fighting for a championship without an IR-spot should seriously consider moving on from The Other Curry as it looks like he'll only play a maximum of two games this week. Yogi Ferrell and Devin Harris figure to log heavy minutes tonight as the last guards standing in Dallas' backcourt.
Apr 4 - 3:20 PM

Seth Curry (shoulder) is questionable to play Tuesday vs. the Kings.

Rick Carlisle said on Sunday that he was hopeful to have Curry back in action for Tuesday's game, and it looks like he'll be a game-time call tonight. There's a decent chance that J.J. Barea, Wesley Matthews and Harrison Barnes will all be rested on Tuesday, and if Curry joins those guys on the sidelines, Yogi Ferrell and Devin Harris could be forced into heavy minutes. Stay tuned.
Apr 4 - 2:19 PM