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Updated:
February 6, 2024

Seth Curry is a professional basketball player. He plays point guard for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association.

Seth Adham Curry was born in 1990 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a second-generation NBA player, as the son of former NBA player, Dell Curry, and younger brother of NBA player, Stephen Curry.

Seth Curry played high school basketball at Charlotte Christian School. He was a stand-out player and a three-year starter. In his senior year of high school, he averaged more than 20 points, five assists, and five rebounds per game. He was named to all-conference, all-state, and first-team All-American that year, and helped his team to the state finals. He was also on the honor roll every grading period of his high school career.

He was considered a two-to-three-star recruit coming out of high school. He chose to attend Liberty University, with the aspiration of playing college basketball and working in an NBA front office in the future. During the one year he spent at Liberty, he scored more than 20 points per game and broke the single-season scoring record for freshmen in the Big South Conference.

After Liberty, he transferred to Duke University to play for legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski. Per NCAA rules at that time, he had to sit out for one year, making him eligible to play his redshirt sophomore season in 2010-2011. He debuted for Duke in a game against Princeton, during which he scored 14 points. During regular-season conference play that year, he averaged 11 points, two rebounds, and two assists per game. In his second year at Duke, he started in 32 of the 34 games that he played. Curry averaged 13 points per game, which was the second-highest average on the team. He was honored as All-ACC third team and All-District team. As a senior, he scored an average of 17 points with three rebounds and two assists per game. For the season he was honored as All-ACC first-team and second-team All-American.

Curry was not drafted in the 2013 NBA draft and instead signed a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors. He would appear in some of their preseason games, but failed to make the final team and was waived. He would then be signed by the D League Santa Cruz Warriors and debuted for them in late November.

In January of 2014, Curry was signed by the Memphis Grizzlies. He played in one game for them before being waived and did not record any statistics in that game. Less than a week later, he re-signed with the Santa Cruz Warriors. He was voted to the Futures All-Star roster for the 2014 NBA D-League All-Star Game. In March, he had a ten-day stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he would appear in just one game for them but was able to score three points. The Cavaliers opted not to sign him to a further deal, and he went back to his D League affiliate. He averaged almost 20 points per game during that season for the Santa Cruz Warriors.

He played for both the Orlando Magic and the Phoenix Suns in the summer leagues. He signed with the Magic in October, which gave his D-League rights to the Erie BayHawks. That season, he was again honored to play on the Futures All-Star team in the NBA D-League All-Star Game. He would appear in one game for the Suns in 2015, before returning to the D League. Curry played for the New Orleans Pelicans in the Summer League, where he averaged more than 24 points per game and was given All-NBA Summer League first-team honors.

Curry then signed a fully-guaranteed $2 million deal for two years with the Sacramento Kings. He played in 44 games and had his first career double-double. At the end of the season, he declined the second-year option on his deal, making him a free agent.

From 2016 to 2018, Curry played for the Dallas Mavericks. During that time he played well, including two games with new career-high double-doubles, however, an injury to his left tibia would end his time with the Mavericks.

Curry next signed with the Portland Trail Blazers, where he would play for the 2018-2019 season and he averaged 7.9 points per game in the 74 games he played. In the following season, he returned to Dallas, where he averaged 12 points per game for the Mavericks in the 64 games that he played for them.

He played for the Philadelphia 76ers during the 2020-2021 season, averaging 12 points per game. He returned to the 76ers the following season and averaged 15 points per game in the 45 games he played in for them before being traded to the Brooklyn Nets.

In 2016, Seth Curry applied for a trademark for a logo that includes the letter “S” inside a circle for duffle bags and backpacks as well as a variety of types of shirts and hats.

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