Seth Curry holds career averages of 10.1 points, 2.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 22.3 minutes per game in 256 games (78 starts) with Memphis, Cleveland, Phoenix, Sacramento, Dallas and Portland. He ranks second in NBA history in career 3-point field goal percentage (.443, 446-1,007, min. 250 3FGM), behind only Steve Kerr (.454).Curry spent his first full NBA season with Sacramento in 2015-16 and signed with Dallas as a free agent on July 15, 2016. He played a season with Portland in 2018-19, helping the Trail Blazers reach the Western Conference Finals, before re-joining the Mavericks as a free agent on July 10, 2019. Curry’s two highest-scoring NBA seasons have both come with Dallas (12.8 ppg in 2016-17, 12.4 ppg in 2019-20). He has shot at least 42 percent from beyond the arc while making at least 100 3-pointers in each of his last three seasons (2016-17, 2018-19, 2019-20).
Curry (6-2, 185) went undrafted in 2013 and began his professional career in the NBA Development League (now known as the G League), where he was a two-time All-Star (2014, 2015). He earned All-NBA D-League Third Team honors with Santa Cruz in 2013-14 and All-NBA D-League First Team accolades with Erie in 2014-15. Curry also appeared in four NBA games with Memphis, Cleveland and Phoenix during that stretch.
The Charlotte native began his collegiate career at Liberty University before transferring to Duke after his freshman campaign. As a senior, Curry started all 35 games for the Blue Devils and averaged 17.5 points per game en route to earning First Team All-ACC and Second Team All-American honors.