Ranking all 25 Duke basketball players in the NBA this season

Duke basketball legend Zion Williamson (Photo by Lance King/Getty Images)
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Former Duke basketball sharpshooter Seth Curry, now with the Dallas Mavericks (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) /

6th active NBA season. 7. player. 79. Scouting Report. Seth Curry. Pick Analysis. Guard

  • Games played this season: 51
  • Games started this season: 13
  • Minutes per game: 23.6
  • Points per game: 11.5
  • Rebounds per game: 2.3
  • Assists per game: 1.9
  • Blocks per game: 0.2
  • Steals per game: 0.6
  • FG percentage: 47.9
  • 3-point percentage: 43.5
  • FT percentage: 89.0

Among all active NBA players, none have a higher career 3-point percentage than former Duke basketball sharpshooter Seth Curry. Not even his brother. Granted, Steph Curry trails his younger sibling by less than three-thousandths of a percent. Nevertheless, at No. 3 on the list of all-time career 3-point percentages, the 29-year-old’s feat-in-progress is certainly remarkable.

And the sizzling hand of Curry, who played three seasons as a Blue Devil from 2010-13 after transferring from Liberty, is a key piece for an ultra-talented 33-22 Dallas Mavericks squad. Furthermore, pointing to the durability of the 6-foot-2, 185-pound Charlotte native is the fact he played at least 70 games in each of the past two seasons and has missed only four games this season.

Curry must have many NBA franchises regretting the fact they let him go undrafted in 2013.