Throughout the grind of an 82-game season, shooters will have their ups and downs. No matter how good of a shooter anybody is, there will be an inevitable slump that they will go through.
After going off for 28 points, including 23 in the first quarter alone, in Sunday’s win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Curry is shooting a ridiculous 13-for-17 from deep through the first three games of the season. He is also shooting 22-for-32 from the field overall as there seems to be no way to stop the veteran guard out of Duke who is averaging 20.3 points per game as well.
Per basketball-reference, Seth Curry is shooting a ridiculous 13-for-17 from deep through the 1st 3 games of the season. That’s good for 76.5% from deep. He is also shooting 22-for-32 from the floor overall and averaging 20.3 points. #Sixers
— Ky Carlin (@Ky_Carlin) October 25, 2021
For the Sixers, this is a perfect start for them and what they expect out of Curry. They need him to space the floor and properly give Joel Embiid the space to operate on the offensive end of the floor. His shooting start has been paramount to their 2-1 start and he will have to continue to knock down open looks for Philadelphia to move forward.
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Source: Yahoo Sports