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Seth Curry: A look into D-League life

(02/04/14 9:03pm)

Generic ScriptSeth Curry is a professional basketball player, but that doesn't mean he's made it. The former Duke guard, like so many others, has been working tirelessly since his final game with the Blue Devils to improve his craft and make it to the show. Curry has had a couple of tastes of NBA life now, but for now he is still pressing forward, working toward to his goal of lasting in the league.Curry has played the majority of this season with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League. There are a few ways in which players can move to and from the D-League. For Curry, who is not on an NBA roster, the path to the NBA is that of your average free agent, who can be signed by any NBA club.In the early portion of the season, two players from Santa Cruz were signed from the D-League ranks to play with the Golden State Warriors—Santa Cruz's exclusive affiliate. Centers Dewayne Dedmon and Hilton Armstrong both caught the attention of Golden State, while Curry continued to ply his wares in the minor leagues.