(NEW YORK) — It is one thing to make it to the NBA, it is another to play alongside your brother in the pros. That is the opportunity facing guard Seth Curry, as he agreed to a deal with the Golden State Warriors. His brother Stephen just happens to be their best offensive player.
Seth spent his college career at Duke, and was a productive player for the Blue Devils. This past season, he averaged 17.5 points per game.
But despite his collegiate accomplishments, he went undrafted. On Friday Seth agreed to a non-guaranteed contract with the Warriors.
He’ll have a chance to compete for a roster spot when training camp rolls around in September.
Not only will he have a chance to play at the highest professional level, he’ll have a chance to play alongside his older brother.
In his fourth season in the NBA, all with the Warriors, Stephen has emerged as one of the most promising players in the NBA.
He averaged 22.9 points and 6.9 assists last season, and shot .453% from the three-point line.
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