It has become quite clear that the Brooklyn Nets need all the help they can get right now.
The team sits at a 1-4 record right now which is obviously almost as bad as it can get.
Seth Curry had a successful practice with the Long Island Nets today, according to Nets coach Steve Nash, who said the team would wait to see how he feels tomorrow. Curry has yet to play this season after offseason ankle surgery.
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The roster needs to get deeper and more reliable and more versatile.
That is why the Nets are desperate to get Seth Curry back on the court.
Curry has been working his way back from an ankle injury that has kept him on the sidelines all season long.
But good news about Curry has arrived: the guard had a successful practice with Brooklyn’s G League team, the Long Island Nets.
Head coach Steve Nash said that the team would wait to see how he feels after being so physical before they make any judgment calls.
But the fact that he’s back on the court, even just for a practice session, is great news and a step in the right direction.
What Curry Brings
Why could Curry be such an important part of the team’s stabilization after a tough start?
He shoots 43.9% from the three-point line and is great at spacing the floor and making plays and leading the ball to where it needs to go.
The team right now has a 31.5% three-point percentage, 27th in the NBA.
That is one area they could definitely improve on.
Curry also has a lot of experience, skill, and basketball IQ, which is vital as well.
The Nets have some very promising players but they are still falling short and need a little extra to get them victories in these close losses.
Curry could be the key to that.