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Rockets’ Retool: 5 players that Houston should pursue in Free Agency

By Andy Yanez
Danny Green #14 of the Toronto Raptors and Jimmy Butler #23 of the Philadelphia 76ers (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)
Danny Green #14 of the Toronto Raptors and Jimmy Butler #23 of the Philadelphia 76ers (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images) /
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Seth Curry

For years Seth Curry has been in the shadow of his brother in Golden State.

With his stellar performance for the Portland Trailblazers in the 2019 NBA Playoffs, Seth Curry is set to get a decent payday after only making a total of about $7 million for his career.

The sharpshooter is a career 43.9% three-point shooter and proved in the postseason this year that he is capable of providing a huge scoring punch for a contending team off the bench.

As mentioned before, Houston has never had a great marksman despite the volume shooting they are known for.

Both the Rockets and Seth Curry share a goal of trying to get past the shadow of Golden State, so the two coming together would be a perfect match to achieve a common goal.

Next: No. 5

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