By Tommy Matthews
Sixers sharpshooter Seth Curry missed his fourth straight game the other night against the Lakers because of a sore ankle.
He hasn’t played since Jan. 19 against the Magic, when he had only 5 points.
Curry has been a God-send for this team which desperately needs outside shooting to complement Joel Embiid’s inside game.
And Steph Curry’s baby bro has averaged 15.8 PPG on 50% shooting and 42% from downtown.
Seth Curry knew he’d never be the focal point of an NBA offense like his brother, Steph, so he modeled his career after his father, Dell.
Through his own historic shooting, he’s become the perfect blend of the two: the role player that every superstar wants to play with.