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  • Seth Curry
    SG, Dallas Mavericks

    The Mavs have officially signed Seth Curry.

    Curry is heading to Dallas on a four-year deal worth $32 million. He'll battle Delon Wright for point guard minutes but should still see plenty of time as a combo guard that will give the Mavs some much-needed spacing. It's a nice deal for the team and Curry will have an outside shot at standard-league value if he can push for mid-twenties minutes.

    Source: Dallas Mavericks

  • Seth Curry
    SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Seth Curry has reached an agreement with the Mavs on a four-year, $32 million deal, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Curry was thought to be a target of the Lakers, but he'll head back to Dallas, where he had the finest season of his career in 2016-17. Curry was a borderline standard-league play that year and had stretches of legitimate fantasy value, and we'll see if he can replicate that success with a very different Mavs squad. Curry's efficient shooting makes him a nice fit, and he'll provide some secondary playmaking and quality floor-spacing for the young, dynamic Mavs. This definitely takes Dallas out of the Miami-Philadelphia sign-and-trade situation.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Seth Curry
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Brad Turner reports that the Lakers have reached out to the reps of Blazers guard Seth Curry.

    Curry makes a lot of sense for the Lakers, who are in need of spot-up 3-point shooters to round out their sparse roster at the moment. If they do land a big-ticket free agent to form a Big 3 alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis, budget signings like Curry will go a long way towards improving their shot at an NBA title in 2019-20.

    Source: Brad Turner on Twitter

  • Terrence Ross
    SG, Orlando Magic

    While the Lakers have opened up enough cap space to sign a max free agent this summer, Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the team will pursue players like Terrence Ross, Danny Green and Seth Curry if they decide to spend that money on balancing the roster.

    In other words, it looks like the Lakers have learned from last year's obvious mistakes and will try to surround their stars with capable shooters. Any of the three players mentioned would be solid fits. A move to a team with two high-usage stars would likely affect Ross's fantasy value the most since he's the pure scorer on the list, but we're a long way from making serious fantasy predictions just yet.

    Source: ESPN

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry went 2-for-6 from the field for five points, adding three rebounds, one steal and one turnover in Saturday's loss.

    Curry continues to play heavy minutes for the Blazers, playing 30 minutes in the Game 3 loss. Unfortunately, similar to the rest of his team, he could not get much going offensively by contributing just five points and not much else. The team continues to feature a small lineup featuring Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, and Curry in hopes of pushing the tempo. Expect him to continue to see big minutes off the bench as he hopes to contribute more offensively in Game 4.

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Playing 29 minutes off the bench, Seth Curry goes 5-for-9 from the field with 4-for-7 coming from beyond the arc, while chipping in two assists, one rebound and a team-high four steals.

    Seemingly going with a smaller lineup the Blazers opted for the trio of Seth Curry and guards Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. This strategy resulted in a minutes increase from Game 1, where Curry only played 19 minutes, and is something to be on the lookout for as the Blazers hope to get back into the series with the Warriors.

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    The Pistons, who will be in the market come July 1st for a backup point guard, have Seth Curry on their target list.

    Steph’s little brother will be a free agent again this summer after signing a 1-year deal with the Blazers. He was able to remain healthy after missing almost the entire season last year and he should have plenty of suitors especially after his strong play during the playoffs.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry put up 16 points in the first half of Game 4 as the Blazers lost to the Nuggets on Sunday.

    He did not score in the second half, but his first half surge helped them jump out to a lead by halftime. He shot 6-of-9 from the field and 4-of-6 from beyond the arc. He hit a deep three in Nikola Jokic's face and a fadeaway three to end the half. The Nuggets evened up the series, so the Blazers will be heading on the road for Game 5 to try and gain an advantage.

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry did not suit up for the last game of the season on Wednesday and ended the 2018-2019 season third in 3-point percentage at 45-percent.

    Joe Harris and Danny Green finished ahead of him in 3-point percentage, but Seth did finish one slot ahead of his brother Steph Curry, who shot 43.7-percent. Although he was a hot pickup at the end of the season and provided solid value while CJ McCollum was injured, Curry is best suited as a deep league shooting specialist. Unless it is known that his role will expand, he should be viewed solely as a source of 3-pointers.

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry (left tibia soreness) returned from a one-game absence on Sunday and put up 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting, adding two rebounds, a trey and one block in 24 minutes.

    Curry should take a hit down the stretch now that C.J. McCollum is back in action. He should still be good as a source of points and threes in deeper formats.

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry (left tibia soreness) is available to play in Sunday's game against the Nuggets.

    Curry is expected to be back in the Blazers rotation for tonight's showdown against the Nuggets. With the Blazers nearly at full strength, expect Curry's role to be minimal tonight.

    Source: Jason Quick on Twitter

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry (left tibia soreness) will not play Friday’s game against the Nuggets.

    Look for Rodney Hood and a resurgent Evan Turner to fill in for the ailing Curry.

    Source: Casey Holdahl on Twitter

  • Seth Curry
    G, Portland Trail Blazers

    Seth Curry (left tibia soreness) is questionable for Friday's game against the Nuggets.

    If Curry can't play Rodney Hood and the resurgent Evan Turner would see a boost in value. They are both worth a look in DFS with minutes in the thirties likely coming their way.

    Source: Casey Holdahl on Twitter