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Philadelphia 76ers: Seth Curry gets his revenge on the Hawks

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The best run of Curry’s career didn’t come until over the summer, when he put up an average of 18.8 points over the Philadelphia 76ers’ 12 game playoff campaign.

The results? Curry is making a team-high 59 percent of his 3.9 pull-up attempts per game from 2 point range, a notable bump in production from both his 47.5 completion percentage and 2.8 attempts per game from one season prior. Curry’s assists per game remain at a career-high average, tied with his first season in Dallas at 2.7, and his assist percentage remains over 11 percent for the third season in a row, a welcomed holdover from last season’s development.

Really, the only area of Curry’s game that hasn’t taken a step forward in 2021-22 is his average turnovers per game, but do you know what? I don’t think anyone is going to knock a guard with an 18.8 usage rate for turning the ball over 1.7 times per game instead of 1.1, especially when he’s averaging almost four more points on almost two more field goals while handling the ball for 10.8 more touches per game.

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