Why isn’t Sacramento’s Seth Curry getting more playing time for Kings?
NBA MVP Stephen Curry's younger brother, Seth Curry, has bounced around the league and has played minimal minutes on the floor.
After impressing during the 2015 NBA Summer League, however, Curry earned All-NBA Summer League first team honors — then signed a two-year contact with the Sacramento Kings. He's played in just 13 games, averaging 9.9 minutes and just 4.3 points. According to the Sacramento Bee, Sacramento's coach George Karl has “settled” on his primary eight players.
“I hope Seth is patient, and I think sometimes experimenting at home is easier to do than on the road,” said Karl, in the report.
On Monday, Curry played a little over ten minutes against the Wizards. He scored three points and shot 1-of-3 from the field.
Kings notes: George Karl is content with perimeter players, so Seth Curry waits https://t.co/xYXYTKkazW
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