Seth Curry

#30 SG / Dallas Mavericks / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 27 College: Liberty; Duke

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  • Mavericks' Seth Curry: No timetable for return
    By RotoWire Staff

    Curry (lower leg) acknowledged Tuesday that there isn't a clear timetable for his return to the court, Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News reports. "Not really," Curry said, when asked if he has a date in mind for making his season debut. "I'm just trying to wait it out and see if [the injured leg is] going to heal or not. I've just got to give it some time. It's like a couple week by couple week situation. It's a tricky situation." Curry has been sidelined for the last two months after suffering a stress reaction in his left leg during the preseason, ending his bid for an opening-night starting role at shooting guard. The Mavericks had been optimistic that Curry's injury wouldn't sideline him for more than a handful of games, but it's apparent the stress reaction was more significant than the team initially believed. Curry indicated that his latest MRI showed that he's made some slight improvement in his recovery, but he didn't rule out the possibility of surgery to address the matter. Curry's ongoing absence will continue to open up extra minutes for Yogi Ferrell, J.J. Barea and Devin Harris.

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  • Coach Rick Carlisle said Monday that Curry (leg) will be out for at least another week, Bobby Karalla of the Mavericks' official site reports. Carlisle continues to provide updates on Curry's status on a weekly basis, and Monday he extended the guard's timetable yet another week. Curry has only reportedly been able to go through individual workouts, so there is no indication that he is close to making his return to the floor. Expect the head coach to give another update on Curry's progress next Monday unless he is able to return to practicing before then.

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  • Curry (leg) went through an individual workout following Thursday's practice, Earl K. Sneed of Mavs.com reports. It's already been reported that Curry will remain out through at least Dec. 11, though his ability to go through an individual workout is still encouraging that he's finally nearing the end of his recovery. If his current timetable holds true, Curry will miss the next two games and will then have the possibility to play in a Nov. 12 matchup against the Spurs. However, that will likely depend on how his leg responds to the increase in activity. For now, it's simply a situation to monitor.

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  • Curry (lower leg) has been ruled out until at least Dec. 11, Bobby Karalla of Mavs.com reports. Curry's stress reaction continues to be bothersome. He has been essentially day-to-day since suffering the injury, with his timetable being vague. But, now, coach Rick Carlisle has determined that Curry will be out until around mid-December. Fantasy owners with an injured reserve spot in their league can seemingly continue to utilize that with Curry. But, in other situations, it may make sense to look elsewhere for fantasy production.

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  • Curry (lower leg) remains without a timetable to make his season debut, Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News reports. "I don't have a timetable," coach Rick Carlisle said Monday. "He ain't playing this week. I don't think he'll play today, Wednesday or Saturday. Again, it's how he feels. There haven't been any setbacks or major problems. It just takes time when it's a stress reaction." Carlisle's words certainly don't inspire a ton of optimism, and it looks as though Curry's absence will likely extend into early December. Expect Wes Matthews, J.J. Barea, Devin Harris, Dennis Smith, and Yogi Ferrell to continue to shoulder the bulk of the workload in the backcourt in Curry's absence. Once he's back to full strength, he'll likely be a regular part of the rotation off the bench.

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