Report: Mavericks signing Seth Curry for four years, $32 million

Dan Feldman
NBC Sports

The Mavericks wouldn’t take Goran Dragic from Miami because they wanted to keep their cap space clear for someone else.

Turns out, that’s Seth Curry.

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Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:



Curry came into his own as NBA player in 2016-17 with Dallas. He missed the entire next season due to injury then bounced back with the Trail Blazers last year.

He’s a good outside shooter who should fit well in Rick Carlisle’s two-point-guard sets. We’ve already seen it work.

Still, that’s a fairly expensive deal for Curry, who’ll turn 29 this summer, if it’s fully guaranteed. But we’ve seen this before: The Mavericks lock into players who fit their system and keep bringing them back.

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