The Golden State Warriors already have one sharpshooter named Curry on their roster and they may be adding another in the near future.
According to ESPN.com, the Warriors signed undrafted former Duke guard Seth Curry, the younger brother of NBA star Stephen Curry, to a non-guaranteed training camp contract on Friday. Curry will have the opportunity to compete for a permanent roster spot during training camp, which begins next month.
Despite scoring 17.5 points per game and shooting nearly 50 percent for Duke during his senior season last year, Curry was not selected at the 2013 NBA draft. Like his older brother, he is a major threat from deep range and could at least serve as an effective three-point specialist for an NBA squad.
While he and his brother would certainly create an interesting dynamic with the Warriors, it will be difficult for Seth to earn a spot, considering the Warriors have most of their positions already set. However, if he doesn’t make the Warriors, Curry could always try to move up through the NBA’s Developmental League with Golden State’s affiliate, Santa Cruz.
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