Though It’d Be Fun, Golden State Warriors Have No Room for Seth Curry
Undrafted rookie free-agent Seth Curry had a productive college career while playing at Duke, but that wasn’t enough for any NBA teams to use a pick on him. Another blow to Curry came because he was unable to play at the Las Vegas Summer League as he’s still recovering from surgery he had on a stress fracture on his shin.
However, that hasn’t stopped Curry from receiving a number of offers to attend NBA training camp. According to The Roanoke Times, Curry has invitations from four teams already to attend camp. However, the most intriguing offer that he’s received to attend training camp is from the Golden State Warriors.
In case you didn’t know, Seth Curry is the younger brother of the Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry. The two players are also the son of former NBA sharpshooter Dell Curry. It’s pretty safe to say that basketball and the NBA is in the genetics of their family.
There’s no denying that it would be extremely cool to see the Curry brothers on the floor at the same time and donning the same uniform. That’s the type of thing that happens rarely in professional sports and has only happened 10 previous times in the history of the NBA. That would be a pretty cool thing to see in Golden State.
However, it’s really unlikely that the Curry brothers end up playing together. Curry has the potential to be a solid scorer in the league, but the Warriors are already somewhat overcrowded on the wings after bringing in Andre Iguodala this summer. Sure, it would be cool to see Seth and Steph together, but don’t get your hopes up.
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