After recently joining the unrestricted free agent list, Seth Curry has hit the open market to see if a team would make him a decent offer. Because he has little leverage to demand big money, Curry has kept his options reasonable and feasible. This is why it looks like he will be joining the Dallas Mavericks next season on a two-year, $6 million deal.
Free agent guard Seth Curry is finalizing a two-year, $6M deal with the Dallas Mavericks, league sources tell @TheVertical.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) July 5, 2016
In only 44 games, Curry averaged 6.8 points and 1.5 assists with the Kings, but his ceiling of potential does not look to peak there. Curry will have focused and determined leaders to work with, such as Dirk Nowitzki and Rick Carlisle, who are not looking to have a lackluster season. Although Curry has not seen the best of luck with his efforts in the NBA so far, the Mavericks are a good fit for Curry.
The sprouting 25 year old has a few years left to learn from the great Dirk. To many Mav fans’ demise, Nowitzki final day on the court will one day come, so someone will ideally take the helm of the franchise in his wake.
Seth is probably not too fond when people always compare him to his older brother Steph, but maybe one day Seth will follow in his brother’s footsteps in becoming a franchise leader, win a couple MVP awards, and start to attract big names like Kevin Durant to the Dallas team.
Mavericks fans all over the world would surely be okay with this story becoming a reality.