Dallas Mavericks: Seth Curry is taking part in celebrity Madden tournament

Dallas Mavericks: Seth Curry to play in a celebrity Madden tournament

Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry continues to improve. The 30-year-old had the best statistical season of his career by averaging 12.4 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 1.9 assists on 49.5 percent shooting from the field and 45.2 percent on his 3-point attempts. He knocked down everything this year.

The Mavs knew how special he was when they signed him to a four-year $32 million deal in the summer of 2019. He broke out in Dallas during the 2016-2017 season where Curry proved to be one of the best shooters in the NBA. The 6’2 guard missed the entire following year with an injury. Then, he made a stop in Portland before rejoining the Mavericks.

Basketball is not Curry’s only incredible skill. He is a problem in any video game too. Fans saw him leading the Mavs NBA 2K team during the hiatus. Curry is also active on Twitch. He will be taking on a new challenge beginning on Saturday.

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Dallas Mavericks guard Seth Curry to play in celebrity Madden Tournament

ESPN Esports put together a celebrity Madden NFL 21 tournament that begins on Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. CT. Curry is taking on Golden State Warriors forward Eric Paschall in the first round of the eight-person event. Fans can watch the game live here.

Fellow NBA players Quinn Cook and Damion Lee are also taking part in the tournament. It should be a fun event. Do not be surprised to see Seth Curry take home the title, but expect plenty of stiff competition either way.

The Dallas Mavericks are excited about the future, and Curry is a massive part of it. His floor spacing and elite shooting were one of the main reasons Dallas had the best offense in the NBA this season.

Expect another career-year from Seth Curry in 2021 because he just does not miss when left open. Teams have no choice but to leave someone when the 30-year-old is playing with Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis, so it is not stopping anytime soon.

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