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Seth Curry (ankle) has been ruled out of Wednesday night’s game against the Nuggets.
It’ll be Curry’s 3rd straight game missed due to the ankle injury. Courtney Lee has been starting in his place, but it’s been Tim Hardaway Jr. that has been the biggest beneficiary of Curry’s absence. Hardaway Jr. has averaged 25 points in 38 minutes per game the last two games that Curry has been out.
Seth Curry (ankle) has been ruled out of Tuesday's game against the Spurs due to a left ankle injury.
Curry has been banged up over the past week, as he has dealt with back and ankle issues. He is now set to miss his second consecutive game due to a left ankle injury he picked up in Friday's win over the Grizzlies. It's been a frustrating stretch for fantasy owners as the injuries have interrupted his hot shooting streak. Consider Curry questionable for Wednesday's game against the Nuggets in what will be the Mavericks second game of a back-to-back set.
Seth Curry provided 21 points, six 3-pointers, four assists, three rebounds, and one steal across 37 minutes in the Mavericks 127-123 win over the Pelicans on Wednesday.
Seth Curry continues to be illustrate why he’s a must own player in 3-pointers made category leagues as he’s been hovering around four 3-pointers per game over the last month of the season. If fantasy owners are not in a 3-pointers made league, Curry is watch player for now. Next up for Curry and the Mavericks is a match-up with the Grizzlies Friday night.
Seth Curry (back) will return on Wednesday night vs. the Pelicans after a one-game absence.
Listed as questionable today with the sore back, Curry will in fact play tonight after a one-game absence. J.J. Barea (ankle) on the other hand, or in this case other foot, has been ruled out for tonight’s game. Courtney Lee will subsequently head back to the bench with Curry returning to the lineup, and Delon Wright may see fewer minutes off the bench.
Seth Curry (back) is listed as questionable for Wednesday night’s game against New Orleans.
Curry missed Monday’s game in Chicago with the injury, and is hopeful to play tonight against New Orleans. Curry has been lights out over his last five games played, averaging 22.4 points on 60.3 percent shooting, 2.8 rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 33 minutes per game. Courtney Lee started last game for Curry and saw 23 minutes of action. It was Delon Wright however who received 27 minutes off the bench in Curry’s absence. Look for a similar split from the two tonight if Curry can’t go, but Wright certainly has the higher ceiling than Lee.