Seth Curry Inks Deal With Sacramento Kings

Seth Curry Inks Deal With Sacramento Kings

Stephen's younger brother uses splashy Summer League outing to get NBA contract.

Published July 22, 2015

Hey, little brother can ball too.

After leading the NBA's Summer League in scoring, at 25 points per game, Seth Curry has agreed to a two-year, $2 million contract with the Sacramento Kings, Yahoo Sports is reporting. Curry is of course the younger brother of NBA MVP and champion Stephen Curry.

The New Orleans Pelicans reportedly really wanted Curry, but the 24-year-old guard opted for the Kings because the latter team would give him the better chance of cracking an NBA rotation.

After starring for Duke, Curry has bounced around the NBA Development League. He has played on 10-day contracts from Cleveland, Memphis and Phoenix over the past two years.  

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"I feel like I've been very underrated and very kind of disrespected so far in my career," Curry told CBS Sports last week. "I just take the same approach every time out—try to go out there and dominate and be the best player on the court." 

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

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