Dallas Mavericks: 10 Positives From the 2016-17 Season
5.) Seth Curry Takes the Next Step
After spending his first couple of seasons bouncing around the D-League and the NBA, Curry played in 44 games for the Sacramento Kings before signing in Dallas on a two-year deal.
Always believing in his skill, Curry was searching for the opportunity and Dallas gave that to him this past season. He started off the season on the bench until Carlisle inserted him into the starting unit, pushing Dirk Nowitzki to center.
It is safe to say that Curry took the next step in his career in the 2016-17 season.
Curry appeared in 70 games for the Mavs and put up career numbers in minutes, points, rebounds and assists. He even shot 48% from the field and 42% from behind the arc.
The 26-year-old Curry was a question mark heading into the season, but proved he could be an answer on the offensive side of the ball. He finished the season as the fourth leading scorer on the team behind Barnes, Nowitzki, and Matthews.
Entering a contract year, Curry is penciled in as the starting shooting guard next season.
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