If you ask people to name the best shooter in the NBA right now, most would answer Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. One notable exception, however, is Steph's younger brother Seth. Earlier in the season, Seth's shooting percentages surpassed Steph's. RELATED: Seth Curry Now Has a Higher 3-Point Percentage Than His Older Brother Steph In an appearance on FS1's Undisputed on Tuesday, the Dallas Mavericks point guard was asked if he thinks he is a better shooter than his older brother.
The Mavericks have the No. 9 pick in the NBA draft (June 22). This is the fifth in a series breaking down the top prospects. Jayson Tatum Forward, Duke: 6-foot-8, 204 pounds Stats for freshman season: 16.8 points on 45.2 percent shooting, 7.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.3 steals and 2.6 turnovers per game. College career: Jayson Tatum entered college with high expectations. He was ranked the No. 3 overall player in the class of 2016, behind only Harry Giles and Josh Jackson. Tatum displayed the ability to score in a variety of ways, whether it was his shot or his ability to get to the rim (Tatum had a team-high 18 dunks on the season). He showed efficiency at times, such as January 7th when he
Need a D.J. for your next charity function? You might want to give Tony Romo a call. Or D.J. 9, as Romo called himself when he took over DJing duties Sunday night for a charity event in Westlake, Texas. The recently-retired Cowboys QB, who will be moving to the CBS booth this fall to call games with Jim Nantz, played some obvious staples of the wedding D.J. circuit. On Romo's playlist, according to the Dallas Morning News: Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer," Guns N Roses' "Sweet Child of Mine" and Rick Springfield's "Jessie's Girl". This pretty much sounds like the mix tape that Romo was rocking in his car back when he was firing passes at Burlington High in Wisconsin. Romo also dragged Ezekiel