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For now, Seth Curry does not want to play with his brother

For now, Seth Curry does not want to play with his brother

Family members Curryone of the most famous in NBA history, Stephen and Seth have never played together in the league, outside of the training camp 2013 Warriors.

Constantly opposed to each other in official matches, they could have teamed up several times since 2013, if the leaders of Golden State had positioned themselves on Seth Curry, while meeting his financial expectations, and if he ci had also agreed to sign with the “Dubs”.

“Personally, I like being away from him, trying to create my own path and doing things in my corner”

Except that, so far, according to the main interested party, he has not really considered this option.

Personally, I like being away from him, trying to create my own path and doing things in my corner. “, recognizes very simply the current player of the Nets.

However, Seth did not want to completely close the door to a future association of the Curry siblings. Probably with the Warriors, because it’s hard to imagine Stephen leaving his lifelong franchise, by the time he retires…

You never know what the future holds “Recalls the former Mavericks and Sixers shooter. “ I’m not against it, but it’s definitely not my favorite choice to be on the same team as him right now. I also like to face it and try to beat the best. »

If he is certainly condemned to remain eternally in the shadow of Stephen, in the eyes of many people, Seth Curry does not have to be ashamed of his career in the NBA. In nine seasons in the league, played under the jersey of eight teams (!), he thus posted 11.3 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists on average, 48% in shots, 44% in 3-pts and 85% in throws- frank.

Since the 2016/17 season, the 31-year-old full-back has even established himself as one of the country’s best strikers. To the point of holding, to date, the third best exterior success percentage in all NBA history: 43.95%! Behind Steve Kerr (45.40%) and Hubert Davis (44.09%), but ahead of snipers like Drazen Petrovic (43.74%), Kyle Korver (42.87%), Steve Nash (42.78%) or even… Stephen Curry (42.76%).

This is also the statistic that gives Seth Curry the most confidence in a 3-point contest against the best shooter in history. Incidentally, holder of the award-winning basket records in the regular season (3,117), in the playoffs (561), in Finals (152) and the All-Star Game (47).

“He shoots more, from further away, he is close to the percentage. But I’m in front

If you had to choose someone to land an open 3-pt, I would choose me. “, assures on this subject the son of Dell Curry (40.19% of address behind the arc). ” The numbers don’t lie. That’s a fact. Look at the numbers. This percentage. This is what I see. He shoots more, from further away, he is close to the percentage. But I’m in front. »

Despite everything, Seth Curry is aware that he owes part of his success to his big brother, because he was able to understand and start his career as well as possible, thanks to that of Stephen. And, this, even before arriving in the NBA.

Being the younger brother gave me an edge to get to where I am today “, he delivers precisely. ” There was always someone I was chasing, in order to become as good or better than them, in any field. […] So I was able to watch Stephen and learn from his mistakes, just like I did with my father. He kind of made mistakes for me that I didn’t have to repeat afterwards. And it helped me. »

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