Kings point guard Seth Curry, the brother of 2015 NBA MVP Warriors guard Stephen Curry, hasn’t had a career like his brother has at all. Seth was an un-drafted player, while Stephen was a top ten pick, but after lighting up the NBA Summer League by averaging 24.3 points, 2.7 assists, and 4.3 rebounds on 45% shooting from the field, teams were watching.
That left a lot of interest in Seth, and it even was able to get him a contract offer from the Warriors for a second time, according to Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated.
“I didn’t want to go to Golden State,” Seth said, also according to SI’s Jenkins. “I didn’t want to go back in Steph’s shadow.”
I can’t really blame Seth here. The first time wasn’t the charm, and with him struggling to find his way on a roster, going on a championship caliber team wouldn’t exactly be the best way to prove himself with playing time likely being very limited.
Now Curry is going to backing up Rajon Rondo and Darren Collison for a year or two, unless something happens to that.
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