Dallas Mavericks: Mavs Take Down the Hornets
Seth Curry Can Score in a Hurry
Seth Curry was by no means having a 20-point night when the first half concluded tonight. He was struggling getting the ball in a scoring position and his shot looked just a fraction of the way off, enough to make a difference.
That is, until the 3rd quarter started. When Seth Curry took the floor in the second half, he was a different player. He found his stroke and did not let it go, scoring 11 points in the 3rd quarter alone. Curry may not have the shooting stroke of his older brother, but he can when the time and situation is right.
It is obvious that Curry is a streaky shooter and will be all season. Dallas fans may need to ease up on the expectations of Seth Curry, but that does not mean that they shouldn’t expect anything. Curry is going to be a great player for Dallas this season and the Mavs are ready to see him get going.
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Dallas is 1-1 in the preseason and looking like they are ready to start making some important roster decisions. As of right now though, Nicolas Brussino, Quincy Acy, and Seth Curry are all making their case for roster spots and time in the rotation. Keep an eye on Dallas as they play the Milwaukee Bucks on October 8th.