Yesterday the Sacramento Kings have addressed their needs in finding a starting two-guard and a stretch four for their roster. Now Sacramento has to find out who their point guard will be going into next season.
It’s an unorthodox approach to helping out the point situation for the Kings, but the organization should consider Seth Curry as an option.
Standing at 6’2” and weighing 185 pounds, Curry showed last season, when he was given appropriate playing time, that he can be an effective combo guard for the Kings.
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A player that has the ability to make jump shots consistently and has some experience running an offense is what the King’s need going forward, especially since the point guard position for Sacramento is foggy at the moment.
The Kings already in this year’s free agency have signed Arron Afflalo and Anthony Tolliver on 2-year contracts. If the King’s were to only sign Seth Curry for the remaining free agency period I would consider it a solid performance by the King’s front office.
Signing Curry should be a priority now and then if the teams want to continue in upgrading the team they can do it by trades.
So King’s fans, what are thoughts of bringing Seth Curry back to the King’s as both an option at the two-guard and point guard positions?
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Last season, Curry played a total of 44 games (9 games started) for the purple and white during the regular season.
Throughout that time, he averaged 6.8 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game. He also shot a field-goal percentage of 45.5% from the floor and made 45.1% of his perimeter shots attempted.
Curry finished strong in the final month of the NBA season by averaging 16.4 points, 3 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game off shooting 45.9% from the floor and 48.9 from the three-point stripe.