2. Seth Curry
The Dallas Mavericks' signing of Seth Curry was one of the most heralded moves of the summer.
Everyone seemed to think that it was an extremely underrated move and that Curry would be a key piece on Dallas' roster. He is one of the greatest shooters of all time, and pairing him with an elite passer in Luka Doncic was going to work wonders for this team, right?
So far, that hasn't been the case.
Curry is only playing 9.0 minutes per game and is averaging 1.7 points per game and shooting 33.3 percent from downtown. Curry's playing time and shooting numbers could increase as the season goes on, but the signing is not looking the best right now as his role is shaky, and he isn't playing much.
Curry also takes minutes from Jaden Hardy, and he didn't get his first action of the season until Monday night. This was something that was talked about when Curry was signed, as Dallas already had two offensive flamethrowers off the bench in Tim Hardaway Jr. and Hardy. It seemed obvious that Curry and Hardaway Jr. would play over Hardy, and since Dallas didn't trade Hardaway Jr., Hardy's role has been diminished.
It seems as if the only reason Hardy touched the court last night was because of Kyrie Irving's injury, and Dallas could regret the Curry signing if he doesn't step up and play at a high level.