Truth & Rumors > NBA

Seth Curry to join Golden State Warriors for training camp

Views
2260
Comments
13

04:06 PM ET 08.23 | Former Duke standout Seth Curry went undrafted in the 2013 NBA Draft, but he is going to get a shot at making it as a pro. Reports surfaced yesterday that Curry would be joining his brother, Stephen, and the Golden State Warriors for a training camp tryout. By all accounts, the deal will be non-guaranteed and it should become official at some point on Friday. The news first came from Warriors World and Marcus Thompson of the Bay Area News Group followed that up with a confirmation of his own. The older Curry is one of the best shooters in the NBA and a large part of the Warriors' success that led them on a late run in the playoffs just a season ago. If Golden State could get some production out of the younger Curry, he could be an interesting shooting option off the bench.

FanSided.com

Seth Curry, Getty Images Seth Curry, Getty Images
August 23, 2013  10:04 PM ET

The Curry Connection, why not?!?!

Comment #3 has been removed
August 24, 2013  03:12 AM ET

to keep his brother Steph happy?

August 24, 2013  07:18 AM ET

Their father Dell had the sweetest looking stroke of all time.

August 24, 2013  09:10 AM ET

Probably not a good idea. How will Steph react if his brother gets cut?

August 24, 2013  09:18 AM ET

The Name May Be The Same But Not The Game, Bro.

August 24, 2013  10:35 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

The Name May Be The Same But Not The Game, Bro.

Seth is actually a pretty solid shooter himself. His Duke numbers are great plus he doesn't lack confidence getting his shot off.
In Jackson's system, you can never have too many shooters. If he can come off the bench for 12-15 minutes and nail down 2-3 crucial 3s, that's all they can ask from him.

August 24, 2013  11:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Seth is actually a pretty solid shooter himself. His Duke numbers are great plus he doesn't lack confidence getting his shot off.In Jackson's system, you can never have too many shooters. If he can come off the bench for 12-15 minutes and nail down 2-3 crucial 3s, that's all they can ask from him.

That's pretty much spot on.

August 24, 2013  11:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Their father Dell had the sweetest looking stroke of all time.

Disagree! There are more players that has sweeter

August 24, 2013  11:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Their father Dell had the sweetest looking stroke of all time.

Disagree! There are more players that has sweeter stroke including his son. Mark Price, Ray Allen, Glen Rice, Byron Scott, Reggie Miller, etc had better stroke than Dell.

August 24, 2013  01:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

The Name May Be The Same But Not The Game, Bro.

true.

August 24, 2013  07:15 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

Disagree! There are more players that has sweeter stroke including his son. Mark Price, Ray Allen, Glen Rice, Byron Scott, Reggie Miller, etc had better stroke than Dell.

None of them played for the Mighty Raptors so Dell wins :)

 
August 28, 2013  01:54 PM ET

His brother plays for the Warriors; he can't get a job there. International ball my be his best calling. I though Doc Rivers son only receive a draft pick because of his dad, another dud occupying a roster spot more deserving to another player.

Comment

Remember to keep your posts clean. Profanity will get filtered, and offensive comments will be removed.


Truth & Rumors

MOST POPULAR

  1. 1
    D'Antoni's newest 'blunder'
    Views
    1760
    Comments
    865
  2. 2
    Baseball's top 2015 free agent
    Views
    1669
    Comments
    527
  3. 3
    The NHL's model franchise?
    Views
    1763
    Comments
    136
  4. 4
    Cup drought weighing on Sid
    Views
    1712
    Comments
    106
  5. 5
    Smith won't play for San Fran in 2014
    Views
    3351
    Comments
    63

SI.com

SI Photos