Seth Curry is having himself a pretty good day. On the day the former Blue Devil standout celebrates his 23rd birthday, reports surfaces that he will sign a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors—the same team that is currently led by his brother, Stephen Curry.
Reports began to roll in last night that Seth Curry would be joining his brother by taking his talents to the Bay Area, and the reports were confirmed this morning. Jose Fonseca, the athletic trainer for the Duke Men's Basketball team, tweeted out his congratulations to sharp-shooting guard.
Earlier this month Curry was believed to have invitations from a number of teams, including the Minnesota Timberwolves, San Antonio Spurs and Charlotte Bobcats, but the allure of playing with his brother on a vastly improved team must have been too high for Curry to pass up.
The Warriors currently have open roster spots, and having your brother be the face of the franchise can't hurt Curry's chances. If he does make the team, there is no guarantee Curry will see rotation minutes. Though sixth-man Jarrett Jack is no longer with Golden State, veteran Tony Douglas and summer league standout Kent Bazemore are also competing for significant minutes behind Steph Curry and Klay Thompson.
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