Back in November, the Sixers dealt away defensive doyen Josh Richardson to Dallas. To Seth Curry, this seemed like a move to cut some of Philadelphia’s inflated NBA salary.

Richardson ($10.8 million) was expected to earn considerably more than Curry ($7.8 million) this NBA season.

What surprised us all was the fact that Curry performed way better overall as compared to Richardson. Curry averaged career high in points (13.0) and recorded a 3-point percentage (46.8%).

Richardson on the other hand averaged 12.9 points shooting 43.3% from the field and 30.1% from the 3-point line.


Curry stepped up and trolled his former team after scoring 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting during the Thursday’s game with Sixer’s win over the Mavericks.

They made a bad business decision, but it happens all the time. It is what it is, another night to go out and get a win and play well as a team. That’s the ultimate goal is to get a win. The main thing, it was good to see a lot of my guys on the other end of the floor then go out there and play a game.

Considering that Curry has played for seven different NBA franchises, he sure does know what he is talking about when he says that bad business decisions were made.

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