Seth Curry Bio – Early Life, College, Family, NBA & Net Worth

Seth Curry is not a foreign name for any basketball fan or analyst. He is an American basketball player who currently serves as the shooting guard/point guard for the  Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Seh Curry is also a two-time NBA D-League All-Star for the (2014, 2015) season and was also awarded Men’s Basketball honor for representing the United States.

Seth Curry is on the court.

Brimming with full passion and energy, how did he make it to his outstanding career in NBA? We shall reveal all about this right here in this article. So, Please keep the tabs on this.

But, before that, let’s have a sneak-peek into the quick facts about Seth Curry.

Quick Facts:

Full NameSeth Adham Curry
Birth DateAugust 23, 1990
Birth PlaceCharlotte, North Carolina
Nick NameSwaggy Swag, Seth
ReligionChristian
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityBlack
EducationLiberty(2008-2009), Duke (2010-2013)
HoroscopeVirgo
Father’s NameDell Curry
Mother’s NameSonya Curry
Father in lawDoc Rivers
Mother in lawKristen Rivers
Brother in lawAustin Rivers
SiblingsStephen Curry, Sydel Curry
Age30 years old
Height6 ft. 2 in.  (1.88m)
Weight185 lb (84 kg)
Shoe SizeNot Known
Hair ColorLight Brown
Eye ColorBrown
Body MeasurementNot Known
BuildAthlete
MarriedCallie Rivers
High SchoolCharlotte Christian School
PositionShooting guard/ Point guard
ProfessionNBA player
Net Worth$4 million
Salary$3.028 million annually
TeamPhiladelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings, Phoenix Suns, Memphis Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers
Current Team Philadelphia 76ers
Jersey Number31
LeagueNBA
Active Since2013- present
Social MediaFacebookTwitterInstagram
MerchTrading card, Jersey Youth, Jersey, Autographed Cards, Basketball card 
Last Update2021

Where is Seth Curry from? Early Life and Family 

Seth Adam Curry shortly Seth Curry was born on August 23, 1990, in  Charlotte, North Carolina, to his parents Dell Curry and Sonya Curry.

Not to mention, his father, Dell Curry, is a former National Basketball Association(NBA) player from 1986 to 2002. Likewise, his mother, Sonya Curry, is a former Virginia Tech women’s volleyball player.

Younger Seth Curry

He lived in Charlotte, North Carolina, while his father, Dell, played for Charlotte Hornets. He also has an older brother Stephen Curry and a younger sister Sydel Curry.

Stephen serves as the starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors and has won three championships. Sydel has played college volleyball at Elon University and is married to Warriors guard Damion Lee.

He is a Christian by religion. When Seth was a child, his father, Dell, would always take Seth and Stephen with him to his match, where they would sincerely practice for shooting during warm-ups with the teammates.

Seth Curry | High School & Education

Since his schooling days, Seth has been passionate about basketball. As for his high school education, he studied in Charlotte Christian School and was a 2008 graduate.

Seth was a  three-year starter for the Knights’ basketball team. Seth managed to score an average of 22.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists while shooting 52 percent from the field in his senior year.

Coming to the end of the season, he was rewarded with all-state, all-conference, and first-team ‘SAA All-American’ honors.

During his tenure, he helped his team gather many victory stories, which headed his team “Charlotte Christian’’ making a final state arrival in 2006.

Seth Curry | College Career

After graduating from high school in 2008, he went to Liberty University in Lynchburg in  Virginia, USA. As a freshman at Liberty, he managed to score an average of 20.2 points per game.

This was the most laudable average among all freshmen nationally. Being a freshman, he also broke the ‘Big South Conference’ scoring record in a single season.

Later on, he intended to wear jersey number 30, which his father and elder brother used to wear in the peak point of their career.

Opting for a rebound

In due course, Curry took a transfer from Liberty to Duke University after the 2008-09 season. As maintained by the transfer rules, he had to drop out for the 2009-10  basketball season.

The act of staying out for a year is called redshirted in the field of basketball. Following the second year, Seth curry got his first break at Duke when Kyrie Irving suffered from a toe injury.

Curry showed up for a power-packed performance against  ‘The Miami RedHawks’(Ohio), scoring 17 points on 57% shooting.

Likewise, Seth became the top-notch scorer in the 2011 season with 22 points against the ‘North Carolina Tar Heels,’ which indicated the ‘University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.’

Subsequently, he notched 31 points against the ‘Santa Clara Broncos, ’ representing the ‘University of Santa Clara.’

By the end of his senior year, Curry was involved in the ‘All-ACC’ (Atlantic Coast Conference) first team and enrolled in the ‘All-American second team’ by the popular sports magazine ‘Sporting News.’

Seth Curry – Professional career

2013-14

Moving to his professional career, Seth tried out for the NBA draft in 2013. But, he was not drafted by any team. In August 2013, he signed a non-guaranteed contract with The Golden State Warriors.’

And unfortunately, he was posted out from the team after appearing in six preseason games on October 25, 2013.

Later on, the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League hired him as a legal player, kicked off his start with 36 points, and made six assists and three rebounds.

In 2013, he teamed with ‘The Memphis Grizzlies,” but this did not last long. He was waived, and he moved back to Santa Cruz Warriors.

2014 -15

Seth was labeled as Futures All-Star’ roster for the ‘NBA D-League All-Star Game’ in 2014. For the 2014 season, he signed a contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but due to some reason for not extending the contract, he moved back to the Warriors.

He averaged 19.7 points, 5.8 assists, 1.4 steals, and 3.1 rebounds in 38 games. At the end of October 2014,  he became part of the ‘D-League’ training camp.

Later, he played for the ‘BayHawks’  where he scored 23 points and headed his team to win against ‘The Idaho Stampede.’ He also played for ‘Phoenix Suns’ against ‘The Minnesota Timberwolves for a 10-day contract.

2015 -16

In July 2015, he teamed up with ‘The New Orleans Pelicans’, where he scored 24.3 points per game in the league. Subsequently, he made a place in the ‘All-NBA Summer League’ first team.

Seth inked a $2 million contract with ‘The Sacramento Kings’ where he scored best 42 points against ‘The Portland Trail Blazers,’ ‘The Miami Heat.’ Eventually, he gained 40 points in games against ‘The Oklahoma City Thunder’ and ‘Phoenix Suns.’

2016 -18

Curry signed a deal with the Dallas Mavericks, where he scored best of his career points against the Los Angeles Lakers,  San Antonio Spurs, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Miami Heat.

Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with an injury to his left tibia and headed out for the entire season. Later, Curry teamed up with  Portland Trail Blazers, where he played against  Atlanta, the Hawks, Phoenix Suns.

2019-2020

On July 10, 2019, he returned to the Dallas Mavericks, signing a four-year contract. However, he was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Josh Richardson on November 18, 2020.

2021 NBA All-Star

As we all know, Seth Curry couldn’t play in the last year’s NBA All-Star due to his broken hand. However, he featured this year and, of course, made the game eye candy. 

Indeed, it was his first time playing alongside LeBron James, and also, he was the one with all the fluid motions. And how can we forget his dunk! Overall, yes, Curry didn’t bag the MVP or got the winning shot. 

Check out this video to see Seth Curry Jumpshot 2021.

But he took the spotlight from the start. Of course, he had the 3-point contest; three of his four shots were from the spot six feet behind the 3-point line.

Also, Curry quickly reacted to the missed dunk of his teammate and passed it to set a dunk from Nikola Jokic. Altogether, he had set a dreadful defense.

National Team Career

Seth played for the United States in FIBA Under-19 World Championship in New Zealand, where he got victory over Greece 88–80 in the final. Curry averaged 9.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per game for this event.

Career stats

 
Year
Team
GP
Min
Pts
FG%
3pt%
Reb
Ast
Stl
Blk
2020
Philadelphia 76ers
33
29.6
12.9
46.2
43.2
2.2
2.9
0.9
0.2
2019
Dallas Mavericks
64
24.6
12.4
49.5
45.2
2.3
1.9
0.6
0.1
2018
Portland Trail Blazers
74
18.9
7.9
45.6
45.0
1.6
0.9
0.5
0.2
2017
Dallas Mavericks
3
19.0
6.3
30.8
18.2
2.0
1.0
0.3
0.3
2016
Dallas Mavericks
70
29.0
12.8
48.1
42.5
2.6
2.7
1.1
0.1
2015
Sacramento Kings
44
15.7
6.8
45.5
45.0
1.4
1.5
0.5
0.1
2014
Phoenix Suns
2
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.5
0.0
0.0
2013
Cleveland Cavaliers
1
9.0
3.0
33.3
100.0
1.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
2013
Golden State Warriors
6
7.2
2.2
33.3
42.9
0.7
1.0
0.3
0.0
2013
Memphis Grizzlies
1
4.0
0.0
--
--
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Career
 
289
23.2
10.4
47.3
44.1
2.0
1.9
0.7
0.1

Seth Curry | Awards & Achievements 

As we all know, Curry didn’t take time to set his mark and make a spot for himself. As of today, Curry stands with an average of 10.3 points, 44.2 3-points, 2.0 rebounds, and 1.9 assists in an average of  23.1 minutes of gameplay.

Some of his highlights are listed below. 

  • 2× NBA D-League All-Star (2014 & 2015)
  • All-NBA D-League First Team (2015)
  • All-NBA D-League Third Team (2014)
  • NBA D-League All-Rookie First Team (2014)
  • Second-team All-American – SN (2013)
  • First-team All-ACC (2013)
  • Third-team All-ACC (2012)
  • 2009 U-19 World Championship in New Zealand (Gold)

Seth Curry | Injury

Like every athlete, Seth Curry has faced his own share of injuries down the lane that kept him away from the games. Starting the first in 2017 with soreness in the shin, Curry has struggled with various other injuries. 

Some of which, in short, are left tibia soreness, knee injuries, and injuries around legs. Furthermore, he had also tested positive for COVID-19. Sadly, at the same time, he had to struggle with a sprained ankle. 

When he was positive for Covid-19, it had just been eight games into his return to the Philadelphia 76ers. However, as he was sidelined, he had trouble returning to the lineup.

Seth Curry | Personal Life & Wife

Moving to his Personal Life, Curry has always remained outspoken. He is currently married to one of the former professional volleyball players, Callie Rivers

Seth with his wife

Callie’s brother Austin and Seth were partners for the 2011-12 season. Also, there was a rumor about Austin initially getting doubtful about their relationship.

In the beginning, he just knew that his sister was dating an NBA player. And NBA players have to travel a lot; it might get offensive. But when he knew the guy was Seth, he was totally worry-free.

Seth with his adorable daughter

Moreover, the lovely couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter named  Carter Lynn, who was born in May 2018.

Wedding

The duo had their wedding right before Callie Rivers’ 30th birthday, making the festive occasion even more special. Additionally, they took the vows on the shores of Malibu, California. 

Right then, Callie was adorned in a lace mermaid gown with a bustier-styled bodice. In the meantime, Seth was flaunting in a blush suit jacket. 

As the nuptials’ location was overlooking the Pacific Ocean, they also had tons of white flower arrangements all the way from the aisle.

Simultaneously, the aisle was mirrored, and their flower girls were nieces Riley and Ryan Curry. After the vows, they had a ballroom with chic black chandeliers and plenty of twinkle lights.

Indeed, the whole wedding sparked elegant and yet subtle looks. Overall, Mindy Weiss was the wedding planner who featured rentals from Revelry Event Designers.

Brief Glance at Callie Rivers

Callie Rivers, the daughter of NBA Head Coach Doc Rivers and sister of NBA player Austin Rivers is now the wife of Seth Curry. Born on September 15, 1989, she is a former professional volleyball player and social media personality. 

Indeed, she has been quite athletic since the early days and has even done an internship in Venue Magazine and Jeff Bhasker Production. Also, she has fallen into a beef after her marriage. 

Back in August 2020, during game 4 of the Clippers-Mavs series, Seth called Paul George a “bitch ass” after scoring an and-1 basket. Well, how was Callie in there?

Indeed, as per Paul George, he dated Seth Curry’s wife Callie Rivers before her marriage. According to their sources, George cheated on Callie and left her.

Big fan of his big brother “Steven Curry.”

The world must be making huge comparisons between the brothers from the same house as they are enrolled in the same profession. But, Seth never allows those comparisons to pressure on him.

Seth is completely okay with his brother Stephen’s phenomenal career.  He loves Stephen and adores him for being a genuine, caring brother.

They both were encountered together in the 2019 playoffs, where Seth was playing for the Trail Blazers and, on the other hand, were the Warriors.

However, the Warriors were announced as the winners of all four games in the series. The duo remained the talk-of-the-town as the brothers had a face-off against each other for the first time.

According to the Bleacher report, this is what Seth has to say about the special relationship that he has with his brother-

“His success doesn’t change the conversation between us at all. He’s the same person he was in high school. He’s a low-key guy and wants to stay out of the spotlight. When we go out, people want to take pictures no matter where he is. That’s great to see, but you can tell that’s not really what he’s about. He likes hanging out with his family and friends. When we’re off the court, we talk about stuff other than basketball. We probably talk basketball 25 percent of the time. His success is beneficial to me. I’m not really at the point of looking ahead and comparing myself to what he’s doing or what he did and competing with him. I have always wanted to run my own race. I would rather  “Be my own person and be the best me I can be.”

Stephen also showered his courage to his brother when Seth was back in Dallas.

Stephen Curry is posting about brother Seth.

What is Seth Curry’s net worth? Net Worth & Income

Seth Currys is regarded to be one of the brilliant players on the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. He adds a pretty good sum of money to his bank account.

As specified by the “Dallas Mavericks” salary-based report, Seth ranks to be the tenth best-paid player of the year 2017, and as of now 2021, he pulls in $3.028 million as his annual salary.

Seth Curry is approximately worth around $4 million as of 2021.

Also, he gets paid for the records that he breaks during the match. Moreover, Steph has signed endorsement deals worth $2.5 million per year with Nike.

Likewise, Curry is also benefitted from Adidas. He has signed a two-year contract with Adidas worth $2 million.

Not to mention, Curry has also signed with JBL for the promotion of products. Aside from this, his other sponsors are Official Subway, RXBAR, AQUAhydrate, DICK’S Sporting Goods, Active Faith Sports, etc.

Seth Curry Foundation

Seth Curry Foundation is a venture founded by Seth Curry himself to help improve the quality of life of the less-privileged kids and families in Dallas, Charlotte, North Carolina, and internationally all over Asia.

This venture also focuses on programs like basketball camps for youth, Jr. NBA activities. In relevance, his brother Stephen Curry is involved in building basketball courts and reading & learning Centers in collaboration with the Mavs Foundation and more.

Seth’s father has also organized basketball camps for kids while playing in the NBA. And it’s his father’s good deed that the Curry brothers have learned to give back to the community.

Also, we can find more about this foundation on the @sethcurryfoundation Instagram account.

Social Media Presence:

Seth curry is fairly available on each possible social networking site. He has a massive amount of followers. Seth keeps posting about his games, playoffs, regular practices, family, siblings.

He keeps his fans entertained and updated with his posts. So, if you haven’t followed him yet, do give him a follow.

Facebook handle:687,855 followers

Twitter handle:297.7K followers

Instagram handle:2M followers

Alongside this, you can also follow her wife Callie Curry on her Instagram account, where she posts adorable pictures of Seth and their baby.

And, do not miss checking out this video, where Seth’s niece video bombs his interview.

Some FAQs:

Is Seth Curry a better shooter than Steph?

Well, according to Seth Curry himself, he thinks he is a better shooter than Steph. Additionally, he even gave the statistical data in his favor.

To illustrate, Seth stated that he shot 48.1 percent from the field and 42.5 percent from the three-point range, while Steph shot 46.8 percent and 41.1 percent, respectively.

What shoes does Seth Curry wear?

As a matter of fact, his brother, Stephen Curry, has a line of Under Armour signature shoes. Thus, at present, Seth Curry flaunts the Curry Flow 8s.

What is Seth Curry’s career-high?

On January 02, 2015, Seth set his career-high in points in a G-League game scoring 43 points.

How much is Seth Curry’s rookie card worth?

Seth Curry’s rookie card is worth $2.99-$9.99.

What is Seth Curry’s free throw percentage in 2021? Is Seth Curry a free agent in 2021?

Seth Curry’s free throw percentage as of 2021 is 91.8%. Back in 2017, Seth Curry signed a five-year, $201 million contract with the Warriors, which is to end on the 2021-22 season. Hence, he will be a free agent in the 2022 offseason.

What is Seth Curry’s career 3 point percentage?

Seth Curry’s career 3 point percentage is 44.1%.

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