2. Bench Production
One thing that stands out about Curry is his ability to provide valuable minutes off the bench. Last season, he came off the bench in 54 games for Brooklyn. He averaged 9.3 points per game on 46.3 percent shooting.
Curry averaged 8.5 points in 232 games off the bench. In his second stint with Dallas, Curry averaged 12.4 points while coming off the bench in 39 games. He played a vital role that season, helping the Mavs make the playoffs for the first time since the arrival of Luka Doncic.
After he departed from Dallas, Curry became a starter with the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets. Injuries later got the best of him, as he would be moved to a primary bench role.
This season, expect Curry to provide valuable relief for Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving. His ability to switch between the point and shooting guard positions will allow Dallas to move other players like Hardy and Green around.
However, there is a strong possibility he may have to fight out Tim Hardaway Jr. for the sixth-man role. Unless he gets traded, then Curry may be the second or third-best option.
Either way, seeing him come off the bench and knock down clutch threes will melt the hearts of Mavs' fans everywhere. There's no question fans will enjoy seeing him in the blue uniform again.