Seth Curry’s Shooting is Exactly What Philly NEEDS to Survive
SETH CURRY’S SHOOTING IS EXACTLY WHAT PHILLY NEEDS TO SURVIVE
The Philadelphia 76ers have lacked a consistent perimeter shooter this postseason with the exception of Seth Curry. He now has the most games played (four) with five or more made threes at a clip of 50% or greater during a single playoff series in NBA history. This sharpshooting is what helped Philly force a Game 7 vs. Atlanta, and is a key reason their No.1 seed season is still alive.
Curry has made 4.7 threes per game this series, and it has proven to be a critical reason for Philly’s success thus far. They’ll need more of it to clinch a spot in the conference finals as the rest of the team can’t be relief upon consistently like the greatest 3-point shooter ever‘s little brother can be.