Seth Curry Has Left Behind Brother Stephen Curry With This INCREDIBLE Stat

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Post the win against Charlotte Hornets, Seth Curry is NBA's most successful accurate career three-point shooter (43.53%). He is above Steph Curry (43.51%).

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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For the most part of his life, Seth Curry has played second fiddle to brother and Golden State Warriors star - Stephen Curry. However, since starting for Dallas Mavericks in 2016-17, Seth Curry has made some significant strides in his NBA career. Upon returning to Mavericks from Portland Trail Blazers before the start of the 2019-20 season, Seth Curry has put in some decent displays when given a chance on the court. He proved it in the win over the Hornets.

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The Mavericks prevented themselves from registering a three-match losing streak by beating Charlotte Hornets with a 116-100 scoreline. Seth Curry was inspirational in that win as his sharp-shooting skills rescued the Mavericks in crunch situations during the game. Seth Curry drilled 6-of-8 shots from beyond the arc during Saturday’s win. In doing so, he surpassed star brother - Stephen Curry - as NBA's most successful and accurate career three-point shooter. Seth has a three-point shooting percentage of 43.53% while Steph Curry is shortly behind with 43.51%. Seth Curry is averaging 11.3 points and is shooting close to 43 per cent from beyond the arc on 4.9 attempts per game. 

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