Seth Curry Net Worth 2024, Biography, Age, Height

By Alice Moreno

Seth Adham Curry, born on August 23, 1990, in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA. At a height of 6’1″ and weighing 185lb, he plays as a shooting guard, wearing the jersey number #30. Beginning his college basketball journey at Liberty University, he later transferred to Duke. He’s known for his prowess on the court and as the son of former NBA player Dell Curry and the younger brother of NBA star Stephen Curry.

Despite growing up in the shadow of his famed brother, Stephen, Seth has built a notable career in the NBA. Boasting the second-highest three-point field goal percentage in NBA history at 44.4%, his skills are undeniable. His journey saw a significant moment on February 10, 2022, when he was traded for James Harden and Paul Millsap, among others. Soon after, he made a striking debut for the Nets on February 14, leading the team to victory.

Having started his professional career on January 05, 2014, Curry has nearly a decade of experience in the NBA. Beyond his $2 million salary, he’s increased his net worth, estimated at $18 million, through endorsements with renowned brands like Nike, Under Armour, and Adidas. Off the court, Seth enjoys a fulfilled personal life, married to Callie Rivers, with whom he has two children.

Quick Facts About Seth Curry

NameSeth Curry
Full NameSeth Adham Curry 
Age33 (August 23, 1990 )
Weight185lb (84kg)
Height6’1″ (1.85m)
BirthplaceCharlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
ProfessionAmerican Basketball Player
Debut DateJanuary 5, 2014
TeamDallas Mavericks
PositionShooting Guard
Jersey Number#30
Experience9 Years (8th Season)
Net Worth$18 million
EndorsementsJBL, Under Armour, Nike, Adidas, Subway, AQUAhydrate, RXBAR, DICK’S Sporting Goods, and Active Faith Sports
Salary$2 million
FatherDell Curry
MotherSonya Curry
SiblingsStephen Curry, Sydel Curry
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseCallie Rivers

Seth Curry Biography

Born on August 23, 1990, in Charlotte, North Carolina, Seth Adham Curry stands at 6’1″ and weighs 185 lbs. He has made his mark in the NBA, playing for teams like Memphis, Cleveland, Phoenix, and more, averaging 10.1 points in his career. He ranks second in the NBA’s history for 3-point field goal percentage among his achievements. Seth’s journey with the Dallas Mavericks started in 2016, took a brief hiatus with Portland in 2018-19, and then returned to Dallas in 2019. His skills are evident, with a consistent shooting percentage of over 42% from beyond the arc in recent seasons.

Basketball is a family affair for Seth. His father, Dell Curry, was an NBA player, and his mother, Sonya, played college volleyball. Showing an early knack for basketball at Charlotte Christian School, Seth’s college journey began at Liberty University. After a year, he transferred to Duke. During his senior year at Duke, he made waves, averaging 17.5 points per game and receiving accolades like the First Team All-ACC and Second Team All-American.

Seth went undrafted in 2013, but that wasn’t the end. He started in the NBA Development League (now the G League), earning a reputation as a two-time All-Star in 2014 and 2015. Recognition followed with spots on All-NBA D-League teams, and he also played a few NBA games with teams like Memphis and Cleveland.

Basketball roots run deep in Seth’s family. He’s Stephen Curry’s younger brother and shares the jersey number #30, a family tradition. Married to Callie Rivers, Seth is a father to two. Beyond his $2 million salary, endorsements from leading brands have helped him amass a net worth of $18 million.

Seth Curry Early Life

From a young age, Seth Curry was immersed in basketball. His father often took him and his elder brother, Stephen, to games. There, the brothers would get a chance to shoot around during team warm-ups, giving Seth early exposure to the sport.

Seth attended Charlotte Christian School, graduating in 2008. He became a pivotal player for the Knights’ basketball team, starting in his three-year tenure. His impressive performance in his senior year saw averages of 22.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists. Moreover, he managed to shoot an outstanding 52 percent from the field.

Beyond his on-court achievements, Seth garnered various accolades. He earned all-conference, all-state, and first-team SAA All-American honors in his final year. The team had a remarkable run, recording a 105–24 overall score in his varsity years and making it to the state final in 2006. Notably, Seth’s dedication wasn’t limited to basketball; he consistently made the academic honor roll throughout his school years.

Seth Curry Career

seth curry career

In 2008, Seth Curry began his college basketball journey at Liberty University. In his freshman season, he impressed many by leading all freshmen nationally in points per game with an average of 20.2.

Curry set a new record in the Big South Conference for the highest points scored by a freshman. He donned the jersey number 30 at Liberty, a number that’s been significant in his family, worn both by his father and older brother.

By the 2008–09 season’s end, Curry decided to transfer to Duke University. Due to transfer regulations, he didn’t play during the 2009–10 season. Wearing the number 30 jersey at Duke, he was also named a starter in his redshirt sophomore year after Kyrie Irving faced an injury.

He showcased strong performances, scoring 17 points in a game against Miami (Ohio) and a season-high 22 points against North Carolina in 2011. Curry’s career-best came in December 2012 when he scored 31 points against Santa Clara. His efforts were recognized as he was chosen for the All-ACC first team and was declared a second-team All-American by Sporting News.

In 2013, Seth Curry went undrafted in the NBA but signed a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors. He was waived by the Warriors after participating in six preseason games. Soon after, he joined the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, showcasing his skills with a 36-point debut. However, by December 24, the Memphis Grizzlies picked him up, where he briefly played before being waived in January 2014.

Quickly, Curry returned to the Santa Cruz Warriors, and by February, he was named to the Futures All-Star roster for the NBA D-League All-Star Game. In March, he signed a 10-day contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers but returned to Santa Cruz shortly after. Notably, while with Santa Cruz, Curry teamed up with Mychel Thompson, as their siblings, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, formed the “Splash Brothers” duo for the Golden State Warriors. By the end of the season, Curry averaged 19.7 points in the D-League.

In 2015, Seth Curry commenced his career with a stint in the NBA D-League and earned a spot in the Futures All-Star team for the NBA D-League All-Star Game. On March 11, he signed a 10-day contract with the Phoenix Suns, debuting against the Minnesota Timberwolves. After the contract’s expiration, Curry returned to the BayHawks, where he showcased his talent by averaging 23.8 points per game. July 2015 saw him impressing with the New Orleans Pelicans during the NBA Summer League, leading him to sign a two-year deal with the Sacramento Kings. His sharp three-point shooting was a notable asset for the Kings. 

He marked several career milestones throughout the 2015-2016 season, including career-high points and his first double-double. Despite declining his player option for the next season, Curry became a pivotal player for the Kings. However, by 2016, he transitioned to the Dallas Mavericks, where he continued to shine, scoring career highs against teams like the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs.

On February 26, 2016, due to starting point guard Rajon Rondo’s absence from injury, Seth Curry got a significant opportunity with the Kings. Curry stepped up in their match against the Los Angeles Clippers, which they lost 117–107. He played for 26 minutes off the bench, scoring a career-high 19 points and four rebounds.

In 2017, Seth Curry showcased his prowess for the Dallas Mavericks, scoring career-highs of 24 points against San Antonio and 31 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves. However, in October 2017, he suffered a stress reaction in his left tibia, sidelining him for the entire 2017-2018 season.

In 2018, Curry inked a deal with the Portland Trail Blazers. He had notable performances, scoring 22 points against teams like the Atlanta Hawks and Phoenix Suns. In the 2019 NBA playoffs, Curry and Portland reached the Western Conference Finals, where they encountered his brother Steph Curry’s Golden State Warriors. This series marked the first sibling face-off in NBA playoffs, with Golden State emerging victorious.

In 2019, Seth Curry returned to Dallas, where he registered a career-best 37 points against the Miami Heat in 2020. Later that year, Curry transitioned to the Philadelphia 76ers, traded for Josh Richardson and draft rights to Tyler Bey.

In 2021, Seth Curry set a personal playoff record with 36 points in a Game 5 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The following year, on February 10, 2022, he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets alongside Ben Simmons, Andre Drummond, and two future first-round picks in a swap for James Harden and Paul Millsap. Curry made an impactful debut for the Nets, scoring 23 points against the Sacramento Kings, snapping an 11-game losing streak for the team. However, his season was interrupted when he underwent ankle surgery on May 09, 2022. 

By July 14, 2023, Curry returned to the Dallas Mavericks for his third stint. On the international stage, he represented the U.S. in the 2009 FIBA Under-19 World Championship, securing a win against Greece in the final and averaging 9.0 points per game.


2013–2014Santa Cruz Warriors#3
2013–2014Memphis Grizzlies#1
2014Cleveland Cavaliers#31
2014–2015Erie BayHawks#12
2015Phoenix Suns#10
2015–2016Sacramento Kings#30
2016–2018Dallas Mavericks#30
2018–2019Portland Trail Blazers#31
2019–2020Dallas Mavericks#30
2020–2022Philadelphia 76ers#31
2022–2023Brooklyn Nets#30
2023–presentDallas Mavericks#30

Seth Curry Stats



Jul 14, 2023Signed a 2 year $8 million contract with Dallas (DAL) – includes 2024-25 non-guaranteed
Jan 30, 2023Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during LAL-BKN game
Mar 08, 2022Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during BKN-CHA game
Mar 03, 2022Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during MIA-BKN game
Feb 10, 2022Traded to Brooklyn (BKN) from Philadelphia (PHI) with Ben Simmons , Andre Drummond , 2022 1st round pick [unprotected, right to defer until 2023] and 2027 1st round pick [Top-8 protected, 2028 Top-8 protected, conveys to two 2029 2nd-round picks + $2M] for James Harden and Paul Millsap
Mar 27, 2021Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during PHI-LAC game
Mar 17, 2021Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during MIL-PHI game
Nov 18, 2020Traded to Philadelphia (PHI) from Dallas (DAL) for Josh Richardson and Tyler Bey
Jul 10, 2019Signed a 4 year $32 million contract with Dallas (DAL)
May 09, 2019Fined $2,000 for a technical foul during DEN-POR game (playoff)
Jul 06, 2018Signed a 1 year $2.8 million contract with Portland (POR)
Jul 15, 2016Signed a 2 year $5.9 million contract with Dallas (DAL)
Jul 08, 2016Sacramento (SAC) renounced their free-agent exception rights
Jul 03, 2016Sacramento (SAC) withdrew Qualifying Offer; becomes an Unrestricted Free Agent
Jun 29, 2016Sacramento (SAC) extended a $1,215,696 Qualifying Offer; becomes a Restricted Free Agent
May 18, 2016Declined $1.02 million option with Sacramento (SAC)
Jul 22, 2015Signed a 2 year $1.96 million contract with Sacramento (SAC)
Mar 11, 2015Signed a 10-day contract with Phoenix (PHX)
Oct 25, 2014Waived by Orlando (ORL)
Sep 29, 2014Signed a 1 year $816k contract with Orlando (ORL)
Mar 21, 2014Signed a 10-day contract with Cleveland (CLE)
Mar 21, 2014Signed a 10-day contract with Cleveland (CLE)
Jan 05, 2014Waived by Memphis (MEM)
Dec 24, 2013Signed a 1 year $328,709 contract with Memphis (MEM)
Oct 25, 2013Waived by Golden State (GSW)
Aug 23, 2013Signed a 2 year $1.3 million contract Golden State (GSW)

Fines & Suspensions

Jan 30, 2023Brooklyn NetsTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during LAL-BKN game
Mar 08, 2022Brooklyn NetsTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during BKN-CHA game
Mar 03, 2022Philadelphia 76ersTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during MIA-BKN game
Mar 27, 2021Philadelphia 76ersTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during PHI-LAC game
Mar 17, 2021Philadelphia 76ersTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during MIL-PHI game
May 09, 2019Portland Trail BlazersTechnical Foul$2,000for a technical foul during DEN-POR game (playoff)

Seth Curry Net Worth

Seth Curry Net Worth

The renowned American basketball player Seth Curry boasts an estimated net worth of around $18 million. This figure is drawn from several reputable sources, including Wikipedia, Forbes, and Bloomberg. As the shooting guard for the Nets, Seth has made significant investments. He has allocated $6 million to the eFuse gaming community and also invested in Hyperice, a device tailored for NBA players to ice their knees.

Beyond his investments, Seth’s earnings from basketball are noteworthy. He entered a 2-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks worth $8,000,000. This contract guarantees him $4,000,000, averaging an annual salary of $4,000,000. For the 2023-24 season, he will earn a base salary matching this average.

Estimated Career Earnings

2013-14Golden State Warriors$75,000$75,000
2013-14Memphis Grizzlies$43,251$43,251
2013-14Cleveland Cavaliers$28,834$28,834
2014-15Orlando Magic$150,000$150,000
2014-15Phoenix Suns$48,028$48,028
2015-16Sacramento Kings$947,276$947,276
2016-17Dallas Mavericks$2,898,000$2,898,000
2017-18Dallas Mavericks$3,028,410$3,028,410
2018-19Portland Trail Blazers$2,795,000$2,795,000
2019-20*Dallas Mavericks$6,995,044$6,995,044
2020-21Philadelphia 76ers$7,834,449$7,834,449
2021-22Brooklyn Nets$2,783,009$2,783,009
2021-22Philadelphia 76ers$5,424,509$5,424,509
2022-23Brooklyn Nets$8,496,653$8,496,653
Est. Earnings(10 seasons)$41,547,463$41,547,463

Seth Curry Endorsements

Seth Curry, currently in his 8th NBA season as a guard for the Nets, has grown in popularity over the years. His rising fame has made him a sought-after figure for brand endorsements.

Over time, Curry has teamed up with several prominent brands. These include renowned names like JBL, Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour. Furthermore, he’s worked with Subway, RXBAR, and DICK’S Sporting Goods. Additional endorsements include partnerships with AQUAhydrate,, and Active Faith Sports.

Seth Curry Family

Seth Curry hails from a family deeply rooted in sports. His father, Dell Curry, enjoyed a 16-year stint in the NBA and played for the Charlotte Hornets. Meanwhile, Sonya Curry, Seth’s mother, was a prominent volleyball player for Virginia Tech. Growing up in Charlotte, North Carolina, the influence of his parents played a pivotal role in shaping Seth’s passion and proficiency in basketball.

The sporting legacy doesn’t end with Seth. His older brother, Stephen Curry, has made remarkable achievements as the starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors, securing four NBA championships. Stephen also earned titles as a two-time league MVP and three-time NBA champion. Seth’s younger sister, Sydel, pursued college volleyball at Elon University and is wedded to NBA guard Damion Lee. 

Sporting the No. 30 jersey, just like his father and brother, Seth’s journey in basketball is a personal passion and a family legacy.

Seth Curry Personal Life

On September 14, 2019, Seth Curry tied the knot with Callie Rivers. Callie, a former professional volleyball player, is the daughter of basketball coach Doc Rivers. Interestingly, she is also the sister of Austin Rivers, who was Seth’s teammate during his time at Duke.

The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, in May 2018. A few years later, in November 2021, they celebrated the birth of their second child, a son.

Seth Curry Education

Seth Curry completed his high school education at Charlotte Christian School in 2008. Here, he played for the Knights’ basketball team for three years. In his senior year, he showcased impressive stats with an average of 22.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists, with a shooting percentage 52. This performance earned him all-conference, all-state, and first-team SAA All-American honors. During his varsity years, the team recorded a decisive 105–24 overall record, making it to the state final in 2006. Academically, Curry remained consistent, making the honor roll each year.

Post high school; Curry began his collegiate basketball journey at Liberty University. In his first year, he led all national first-year students in scoring, averaging 20.2 points per game. This achievement broke the Big South Conference’s scoring record for a freshman. At Liberty, he wore the number 30 jersey, which holds significance in his family.

After a year at Liberty, Curry transferred to Duke University. He had to sit out a season due to transfer rules, but when he returned, he made his mark. At Duke, Curry continued wearing jersey number 30. In his senior year, after multiple commendable performances, he was recognized as an All-ACC first-team player and named a second-team All-American by Sporting News.

Seth Curry Philanthropy

The Seth Curry Foundation, established by Seth Curry, focuses on improving the lives of underprivileged children. This non-profit aims to ensure every child has the resources and opportunities to succeed. 

Another notable initiative is “Eat. Learn. Play.”, founded by NBA star Stephen Curry and entrepreneur Ayesha Curry in 2019. This foundation emphasizes the importance of children’s well-being by providing them access to nutritious meals, quality reading materials, and opportunities for active play. The goal is to give every child the chance for a healthy, joyful childhood.

“Eat. Learn. Play.” has made significant contributions in just four years. The foundation has raised over $47 million to support children and families in Oakland, delivering more than 25 million meals. Additionally, they have invested over $6 million in literacy programs and renovated 11 play areas in schools and communities.


Seth Curry, boasting an estimated net worth of $18 million, has undeniably carved out a significant space for himself in the NBA landscape. From his commendable stints with the Dallas Mavericks and the Trail Blazers, where he faced memorable matchups against his brother Steph, to his valuable contributions with the Philadelphia 76ers, Seth’s career is a testament to his resilience, skill, and determination. 

But it’s not just on the court where he shines; Seth’s dedication to the community shines brightly through his philanthropic efforts. The Seth Curry Foundation stands as a beacon of his commitment, aiming to uplift disadvantaged children and equip them with the tools they need to thrive. Seth Curry is more than just an accomplished athlete; he’s a beacon of change both on and off the court, epitomizing commitment and impact in every endeavor.


Is Seth Curry related to Stephen Curry?

They both are brothers. Stephen Curry is the elder brother and one of the best point guards ever in NBA history.

Who is older than the Curry brothers?

Being a little more than two years older, Stephen was the first to break into the NBA and quickly became a fan favorite as the Golden State Warriors point guard. Seth admits there are “pros and cons” to being known as the two-time MVP’s little brother.

How many 3s has Seth Curry made?

Seth Curry has hit 824 shots from beyond the arc in his career.

Alice Moreno
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Hi, I'm Alice Moreno. I've been writing about celebrities since 2005. I love sharing stories about famous people and finding out how much they're worth. I studied Journalism and enjoy digging for facts to make sure everything I write is true.

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