Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry is taking part in a virtual golf tournament on June 24
The Dallas Mavericks will need Seth Curry to find his rhythm quickly during the NBA’s restart. He started slowly this season. After 11 games, Curry was averaging 7.4 points while shooting 39.4 percent from the field. He continued to improve from there.
Curry was one of the hottest shooters in the NBA since the calendar flipped to 2020. Over his 28 games played, he averaged 15.8 points and 2.9 threes made per game on 55.0 percent shooting from the field and 50.9 percent from 3-point range. The Mavs would love to have that Curry in Orlando.
Seeding games begin on July 30. Those eight games will be important as the Mavericks attempt to move out of seventh in the Western Conference. They cannot afford a slow start from Curry. Expect him to have his shot dialed in during training camp 2.0.
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Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry is playing in a virtual charity golf tournament
Curry announced on Twitter that he is taking part in the event on June 24. He will be facing off against fellow NBA players Danilo Gallinari, Garrett Temple, and Mason Plumlee.
Curry is a skilled golfer in real life. Hopefully, that translates to the virtual green on Wednesday. Fans can watch on Facebook Live starting at 3 p.m. CT.
The Dallas Mavericks should be ready for the season’s restart. They will be without Dwight Powell, Jalen Brunson, and Courtney Lee because of season-ending injuries. That could mean a bit more playing time for Curry.
Expect the 29-year-old to continue his lights out shooting and steady play into the postseason. Curry will be a key piece in the Mavs success. Stay tuned for what should be a fun ride at Disney World.