The Seth Curry liberation is upon us. When the former Duke Blue Devil signed a two-year $6 million contract in July, the deal had “steal” marked in ink. And Curry proved to be a valuable role player through the treacherous start to this season. His insertion into the starting lineup created a line of demarcation for the “bad” Mavericks and the “good” Mavericks. The additional playmaking and marksmanship from beyond the arc made him an ideal pairing with a proficient but athletically limited Deron Williams. To the naked eye, Curry looked like a complementary piece; one that would aid a rebuild, not drive it. Curry shot 50-40-90 in the month of February The last month of Curry’s play would suggest
Draymond Green took time to trash talk Los Angeles Clippers veteran Paul Pierce last week. The Golden State Warriors forward razzed Pierce about his “farewell tour” with LA. On his podcast on Tuesday, Green continued to add fuel to the fire by taking a shot at Pierce’s reputation as a Boston legend and Hall of Famer. Via The Mercury News and Uninterrupted: “People tend to forget he was struggling to to get to the playoffs … then all of a sudden Ray Allen and KG showed up. Let’s not forget that,” Green said. “Just because you were scoring points don’t mean you were carrying the team. If you couldn’t get anywhere and you couldn’t do nothing, where were you carrying them to? … Pierce had had an
Brandon Ingram and Jonas Nevers discuss plans for a new Los Angeles mural. Damian Lillard goes by Dame Dolla in his spare time. For Los Angeles Lakers rookie Brandon Ingram, the passion that has helped him take on his first grueling season in the league is art.