Monday night, Stephen Curry took to Twitter to show his support of his sibling as the younger Curry took to the floor of the Barclays Center with his new Brooklyn team for the first time.
#30 Back 🙌🏽 https://t.co/OH4O0aEbR8
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) February 15, 2022
Stephen retweeted a clip of his brother sinking a very difficult, distant three-pointer with the simple caption “#30 Back.”
He’s not wrong either: Curry is back and the Nets are very lucky to have Seth on their team.
He might not have secured the three-point record like Stephen did earlier this season but Seth Curry has been building an impressive NBA career for several years now.
His career average is 11.1 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.2 assists a game.
However, this year he is averaging 15.2 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 4 assists a game.
In his first game with the Nets, Seth created 23 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists with a field goal percentage of 55.6.
Curry can get red hot just like his brother and he can also land incredible shots like him too.
In fact, he has given some incredible performances to all the teams he’s played for.
Despite that, Curry has been shipped all over the NBA and has played for eight teams in eight seasons, including the Dallas Mavericks and Philadelphia 76ers.
No team has invested a lot of time in Seth Curry but perhaps that has changed now that he’s found a new home in Brooklyn.
His first game was very promising and that’s great news for the Nets since their star guard, Kyrie Irving, can only play in about half the games this season.
Now is the time for Curry to prove himself yet again and see if Brooklyn can become his permanent home.