After a standout NBA summer league campaign with the Pelicans, guard Seth Curry has reportedly found a new home with the Sacramento Kings.
The former Duke star has agreed to a two-year deal worth $2 million with the Kings, according to Yahoo Sports. The second year of the deal is a player option.
The possibility of a deal was first reported by ESPN.
In 43 games in 2014-15 with the Eric BayHawks of the NBA D-League, Curry averaged 23.8 points, 4.2 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game.
Curry spent the 2013-14 D-league season with the Santa Cruz Warriors, where he averaged 19.7 points, 5.8 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 37 games.
Over his two seasons in the D-league, Curry has shot 46 percent.
Curry led the recently-completed summer league in scoring with 24.3 points per game and shot 45 percent from the field.
The second-year pro has seem action in four NBA games over the last two seasons. In 2013-14, Curry played in one game with Memphis and one game with Cleveland. Last season, he played in two games with Phoenix.
Curry joins a Kings team that has been reconstructed under new front-office leader Vlade Divac this summer. Curry will likely be a third option behind point guards Rajon Rondo and Darren Collison in Sacramento, which is led by All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins and forward Rudy Gay.
Curry went undrafted out of Duke after undergoing surgery on his right knee/shin.
Following his performance in the summer league, new Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry had this to say about the Seth Curry: "You can see a little of Steph's game in baby bro. The way he comes off screens, pulls up in transition for 3s and has worked to improve his handle."
"I think he's done great for himself. He's continued to play well within himself, within the system, playing under control," Pelicans assistant coach Robert Pack said.
Shortly after the news broke, NBA MVP Stephen Curry posted a tweet congratulating his brother:
Let’s goooooo! He’s been patient and worked so hard to get here. @sdotcurry got his Foot in the door now it’s time to go! Love you bro!— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) July 22, 2015
The Associated Press contributed to this report.