1. Seth Curry
The Dallas Mavericks had Seth Curry for two separate stints in the earlier parts of his career, and Dallas brought him back for a third stint this summer.
Dallas signed him to a two-year, $8 million deal this offseason, and it's already been dubbed as one of the most underrated moves of the offseason. This move went under the radar this summer, and no one seems to be talking about it.
Here's why Curry is one of the most underpaid players in the NBA next season.
Curry is one of the best shooters of all time, and he has the stats to back it up. He is sixth all-time in three-point percentage and is third among active players in this category. Curry has one of the most pure shots in the NBA, and having him as a shooter coming off the bench is going to be massive for the Mavs.
He and Luka Doncic have already played a season together, and Curry set a career-high in three-point percentage for a season with 45.2 percent. He will fit like a glove back into the Mavericks' offense, and his knockdown shooting ability easily makes him the most underpaid Mav for the 2023-24 season.
He can hit shots off the dribble or off the catch and is also a great person off the court. Dallas is lucky to have Curry back on their team, and he should come back right where he left off.