Seth Curry has quietly emerged from the shadow of his brother, Stephen Curry, to become one of the league’s more notable role players.
Currently, he ranks fourth in the NBA in three-point shooting percentage per game.
This past week Seth conducted a far-reaching interview during which he revealed one particularly interesting goal.
That goal? Doing something his brother has done on multiple occasions.
“I don’t have any individual goals for statistics,” he told Michael Scotto of HoopsHype. “I want to be efficient and shoot the ball at a high clip. You brought up the three-point contest. I feel like I’ve got to add one of those to the mantel to be a part of the (Curry) family. Hopefully, I can get one of those before my career is over.
“Steph (Curry) already has two of them. If I get the invite, I’m going to go to as many as possible, so I can add one to the trophy case.”
In the past Seth has had no issues honestly comparing himself to his brother, so the reference to Stephen here shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.
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Stephen, similarly, has been very upfront with his assessments of Seth.
The Curry brothers may end up going down in history as the most accomplished siblings in all of basketball. Will Seth also go down as being a three-point contest champ at some point in the foreseeable future? Time will tell.
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