Dallas Mavericks: Looking back at the night Seth Curry could not miss
By Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks: Looking back at the night Seth Curry would not miss
The Dallas Mavericks brought back Seth Curry last offseason. The 30-year-old wing is one of the best shooters in the NBA. The Mavs want floor spacing around Luka Doncic making Curry a hand and glove fit.
He improved as the season went on too. Curry averaged 15.8 points and 3.0 3-pointers made on 54.5 percent shooting from the field and 53.4 percent on his threes since the calendar flipped to 2020. The 30-year-old guard was a massive reason why the Mavericks had the number one offense in the NBA this season.
Fans will never forget his massive performance in February. Curry returned to his hometown of Charlotte and lit up the Hornets. Let us take a look back at that incredible night for the Mavs guard.
Looking back at the game where Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry could not miss
Curry came off the bench against the Hornets. He did not enter the game until there was 5:46 left in the first quarter. The 30-year-old scored a layup just over one minute later and the flood gates opened quickly. He finished with 26 points, six rebounds, three assists, one steal, and one block in 27.5 minutes of action. Curry was ten of 14 from the field and six of eight on his 3-point tries.
The Mavs looked back at his incredible performance as part of their best moments of the season series. Fans can check that out here.
Here is Curry’s full highlight package from the Mavericks win over the Hornets in February.
Expect Seth Curry to be back with the Dallas Mavericks next season. They love his ability to space the floor and knock down shots. The Mavs will be looking to add a few new pieces as they continue their path to title contention.
Stay tuned to The Smoking Cuban for all the latest this offseason. Fans will not want to miss it.