|Another Curry Signs With Warriors|
|Written by Staff Reports|
|Monday, 26 August 2013 17:28|
Well, there's going to be two Curry's playing for the Golden State Warriors this season. Seth Curry, the younger brother of Stephen Curry, has signed a non guaranteed
contract with the Warriors. Seth Curry, who played at Duke University last season and was not selected in the National Basketball Association Draft in June, chose the Warriors over an opportunity to play overseas in Barcelona, Spain.
Seth Curry averaged 17.5 points-a-game for the Blue Devils last season. He buried 95 three pointers and made 44% of his three-point attempts. Curry transferred to Duke from Liberty after his freshman year. He averaged 20.2 ppg during his first and only season at Liberty.
Stephen Curry was a two-time All-America and led Davidson College to the NCAA regional finals in 2009. Curry bounced back from an serious ankle injury and averaged a career-best 23 points a game for the Warriors last season. On the final day of the regular season, Curry broke the NBA record for three pointers made in a single regular season. Curry finished the season with 272 made three pointers, three more than previous record holder Ray Allen. Warriors coach Mark Jackson called Curry and Klay Thompson the best shooting duo at the guard position in NBA history.
The two combined made 483 three-pointers, the most ever by an NBA duo. That effort handed the Warriors their second playoff appearance in 19 years and their first since the 2006-2007 season.
Photo Courtesy: Seth Curry, PHOTO SUBMITTED
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