2019 NBA free agency tracker: Grades for every deal so far

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Seth Curry: 4 years, $32 million (Dallas Mavericks)

After their participation in the Jimmy Butler sign-and-trade fell through, the Dallas Mavericks quickly pivoted to adding shooting. With a four-year deal for Seth Curry and the team eyeing sharpshooter Danny Green, the Mavs are clearly trying to surround Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis with the right kind of complementary talent.

Dallas is where the other Curry first broke onto the scene, averaging 12.8 points per game on terrific .481/.425/.850 shooting splits back in 2016-17. He triumphantly returns as a legitimate NBA role player, having made 45 percent of his 3-pointers with the Portland Trail Blazers last year.

Curry is something of a liability on the defensive end, but his 3-point touch is no joke. While a four-year commitment is significant, $8 million a season isn’t going to break the bank either. In fact, it could represent a value signing in time, since Curry is still only 28 years old and could be moved if the Mavs require flexibility down the road.

Grade: B