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Philadelphia 76ers: Revisiting the astounding Seth Curry trade

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After spending his 2014-15 season in Pheonix and his 2015-16 season in Sacramento, Curry latched on with the Mavs for his fourth professional season and burst onto the scene in a big way.

Even though Curry missed his second season with the Mavs with a left tibia fracture, surely the addition of Curry was a boon for Rick Carlisle’s club, so it makes sense that his GM, Donnie Nelson, would allow him to sign with the Portland Trail Blazers when his two-year contract came to an end. Curry’s following season was also limited via injury, and he re-signed with the team that made him at least until they traded him to Daryl Morey and the Philadelphia 76ers for Josh Richardson and a second-round pick used on Tyler Bey.

So, on Seth’s 31st birthday, why not look back at one of the most lopsided trades in recent memory and appreciate just how great it is to have a Curry Brother on the team. More from Section 215

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As absolutely crazy as it sounds in hindsight, there is some logic to the Dallas Mavericks trading Seth Curry to the Philadelphia 76ers.

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