Seth Curry, Kings agree to two-year deal

Seth Curry, Kings agree to two-year deal


SACRAMENTO – The brother of NBA MVP and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will join the Sacramento Kings.
Seth Curry, who played with the New Orleans Pelicans’ summer league team in Las Vegas, has agreed to a two-year deal with the Kings, according to a source.

That source, speaking to News10 on the condition of anonymity because the contract had not yet been signed, said the deal is fully guaranteed for the league minimum and includes a player option in the second year. The two-year contract is worth $2 million.

Curry was not selected in the 2013 NBA Draft out of Duke University. He has played for the Golden State’s NBA Development team in Santa Cruz, and has also spent time with Cleveland, Phoenix and Memphis. Last year, he was a training camp invite with the Orlando Magic but was waived before the tip-off of the season.

After his release from Orlando, Curry played with their D-League affiliate the Erie Bayhawks.

The Pelicans were 5-1 in the Las Vegas where Curry led the Summer League in scoring, averaging 24.3 points per game, while shooting 45.9 percent from the field.

Yahoo! Sports was first to report the agreement.