Seth Curry will have the opportunity to become teammates with his older brother, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. On Friday, the Warriors signed the younger Curry to a non-guaranteed contract.
Throughout the pre-draft process, the 23-year-old was recovering from a right shin injury and went undrafted. He will be with Golden State during training camp, a time which will determine whether or not he will make the team. The Warriors, however, already have a crowded wing-rotation with guys such as Andre Iguodala, Harrison Barnes, Klay Thompson Kent Bazemore, and Nemanja Nedovic. If he fails to make the final squad, he can attempt to work his way up through the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Developmental League.
The former Duke star averaged 17.5 points on 46.5 percent shooting in his final season in a Blue Devil uniform. While not as lethal from beyond the arc as Stephen, Seth shot 43.2 percent from three-point land his senior year as well.