Turns out, that’s Seth Curry.
Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:
Curry came into his own as NBA player in 2016-17 with Dallas. He missed the entire next season due to injury then bounced back with the Trail Blazers last year.
He’s a good outside shooter who should fit well in Rick Carlisle’s two-point-guard sets. We’ve already seen it work.
Still, that’s a fairly expensive deal for Curry, who’ll turn 29 this summer, if it’s fully guaranteed. But we’ve seen this before: The Mavericks lock into players who fit their system and keep bringing them back.