With veteran player Seth Curry sitting courtside, the Sixers took on their opponent to pursue their first win of the second-round series. South Philadelphia at night.
On Friday night in South Philadelphia, the Philadelphia 76ers had an old acquaintance in the building for their Game 3 clash against the Miami Heat.
It wasn’t long ago that Seth Curry was wearing a Sixers jersey and lighting it up from beyond the arc for the team.
The Sixers completed many transactions on the draft night ahead of the 2020-2021 NBA season. Curry, a member of the Dallas Mavericks, was one of their acquisitions.
Seth Curry spending the whole 2020-2021 season with the Sixers, and he was a significant part of their postseason run, hitting 3-pointers against the Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks.
Curry felt at ease in Philly after his first season and was ready to make another run the following season. During his second season with the Sixers, Seth Curry said he wanted to make Philadelphia his long-term home.
However, the guard was well aware that nothing in the league was certain. Seth Curry, however, deals at the February trade deadline.
The Brooklyn Nets prepares to part ways with James Harden to get former Sixers All-Star Ben Simmons. Who had been trying to push his way out for months. They also wanted Curry and Andre Drummond included in the trade.
Seth Curry was, therefore, on his way to Brooklyn in February.
This season, the veteran guard featured in 19 games for the Nets. He averaged 14 points and two assists per game while hitting 47 percent of his three-point attempts.
After defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in their lone play-in game, the Nets won a postseason berth, but their run is temporary. The Boston Celtics defeated Curry and the Brooklyn Nets in four games. Seth Curry’s season was, therefore, cut short. Allowing him to enjoy an early vacation while watching and supporting his family and old team take on the Heat.