Seth Curry

#30 SG / Sacramento Kings / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 25 College: Duke

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Scores seven points in as many minutes Tuesday

    Curry contributed seven points (2-4 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-3 FT), one rebound, and one steal in seven minutes during the Kings' 112-97 loss the Trail Blazers on Tuesday. Curry is averaging 11 minutes per game through 23 appearances in 2015-16. He has been buried on the Kings' bench all season, and there's not much reason to believe he will be seeing an increased role going forward in coach George Karl's rotation.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Plays season-high 36 minutes

    Curry provided six points (2-7 FG, 2-3 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists, and two steals across a season-high 36 minutes in Tuesday's 117-116 double-overtime loss to the Mavericks. The absence of Rajon Rondo (back) along with the two extra overtime periods enabled Curry to see a huge jump in playing time, as he hadn't even left the bench in the Kings' previous game Monday against the Thunder. Curry will retain a rotation spot for as long as Rondo remains out, but the lack of impact he provided during his court time Tuesday suggests he won't make for an attractive DFS option, despite his cheap price point.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Scores seven points against Warriors

    Curry played 20 minutes in Monday's 122-103 loss to the Warriors, finishing with seven points (1-6 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 5-5 FT), three assists, two rebounds, and one steal. After appearing to fall out of the rotation earlier in December, Curry has seen the floor in six of the Kings' last seven games. However, this was only the second time during that stretch that he's been above 20 minutes, and it looks like he'll continue to remain a low-priority option for coach George Karl while point guards Rajon Rondo and Darren Collison remain healthy.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Falling out of the Kings' rotation

    Curry hasn't seen the floor in the Kings' last three games and appears to have fallen out of the backcourt rotation. Curry played a season-high 23 minutes on Dec. 3 against the Celtics, but has been a scratch in the three games since then, indicating that he has fallen out of the rotation for the Kings. Rajon Rondo has been absolute money of late, and with Darren Collison back and fully healthy, the minutes just aren't there for Curry. He is no longer on the fantasy radar in standard formats.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Sees season-high minutes total

    Curry played a season-high 20 minutes in Monday's 112-98 win over the Mavericks, finishing with eight points (2-3 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), one rebound, and one assist. With the Mavericks resorting to intentionally fouling the poor shooting Rajon Rondo, Kings coach George Karl was left with no other option but handing more minutes at point guard to Darren Collison and Curry, both of whom are more reliable than Rondo from the charity stripe. Curry can't be counted on to regularly see more than 10 minutes off the bench on a given night, but after going unused during a five-game stretch, he's now made appearances in the Kings' last three contests.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Out of point guard rotation

    Curry is seemingly out of the Kings' point guard rotation. With Rajon Rondo playing at an All-Star level and Darren Collison back healthy, it doesn't appear that Curry has a consistent role in Sacramento's backcourt. Curry's impressive Summer League inked him a deal, but the Kings simply have too much depth in their backcourt for him to find time on the floor.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Probable for Friday

    Curry (ankle) is listed as probable for Friday's game against the Nets, James Ham of CSN reports. Curry missed each of the team's last three games with a sprained right ankle, but it now looks like he will be good to go. With Darren Collison (hamstring) ruled out, Curry will serve as the primary backup point guard behind Rajon Rondo, who has played all 48 minutes in each of the previous two games.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Hopeful to play Friday

    Kings coach George Karl said that he's hopeful Curry (ankle) will be able to play Friday against the Nets, Sean Cunningham of ABC 10 KXTV reports. Curry has missed the Kings' last three games with the sprained ankle, but has shown glimpses of improvement within the last day, logging a light workout Wednesday. The Kings have already ruled Darren Collison (hamstring) out for Friday, which would leave a potentially healthy Curry as the only backup point guard behind Rajon Rondo. The absences of Collison and Curry have forced Karl to lean heavily on Rondo during the past three games, as he's logged 44, 48, and 48 minutes in those contests.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Questionable Wednesday

    Curry (ankle) is considered questionable for Wednesday's matchup with the Pistons, James Ham of CSN reports. Curry rolled his ankle late in Saturday's loss to the Warriors, and the ailment kept him out of action as the Kings fell to San Antonio on Monday. Per Ham's report, Curry was receiving treatment on the ankle Wednesday morning, and his status may not be decided until close to the 10:00 PM ET tip off.

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    Kings' Seth Curry: Will not play Monday

    Curry (ankle) is listed as out and will not play against San Antonio on Monday, James Ham of Comcast SportsNet reports. Curry missed Saturday's game and will now miss his second straight after he re-injured his ankle in warmups. It's unclear if this re-injury will keep Curry out for long or if he is being kept out as a precautionary measure. Looking ahead, the guards next opportunity to play will be Wednesday against Detroit.

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