Seth Curry did not have as high of a three-point percentage as Lee did last season but he is still regarded as a better three-point shooter. In fact, Curry is one of the best three-point shooters in the league as he is right up there with his brother.
Seth may not be able to do all the things that Stephen Curry can do but he can certainly shoot like his brother. The younger Curry brother is a career 43.5% shooter from deep and that is in 4.3 attempts per game.
Curry shot over 45% from three in three consecutive seasons from 2018 through 2021 while attempting an average of 4.4 three per game. It is no secret that he is one of the best three-point shooters in the sport.
Despite that, Seth Curry could still be a cheap Lakers free-agent target
While Curry has a high ceiling as a three-point shooter, his 2022-23 season did not do much to increase his value. He had a smaller role on a Nets team that was mostly irrelevant in the national media after the trade deadline and his numbers went slightly down.
Granted, he still shot over 40% from three but it was the lowest three-point percentage of his career in the second-fewest attempts per game in his career.
Curry made just under $8.5 million last season and his value is probably around the same figure as he enters his age-33 season. Snagging Curry on a three-year, $27-30 million contract (or even with the MLE) would be great for the Lake Show.