NBA GMs believe that Sixers acquisition of Seth Curry is underrated

The Philadelphia 76ers had a busy off-season, despite being so short as they overworked their roster almost overnight. In the brief period that Daryl Morey was the president of the basketball operations team, he took some bold steps to ensure the team could move forward.
On November 18, Draft Night, he made two trades to acquire shooters Danny Green and Seth Curry. Al Horford and Josh Richardson were sent out and the two new shooters replaced them on the grid.
In a poll conducted by, they spoke to all 30 NBA general managers and Curry received some votes as one of the most underrated acquisitions of the off-season:
What was the most underrated player acquisition?
1. Serge Ibaka, LA Clippers - 15%
2. Steven Adams, New Orleans - 11%
Robert Covington, Portland - 11%
4. Seth Curry, Philadelphia - 6%
Curry shot 45.2% from below for the Dallas Mavericks in the 2019-20 season and is a career shooter from 44.3% below. He shot the ball poorly last season but coach Doc Rivers is not affected at all as he has a proven track record.
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