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November 5, 2014 Updates
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His teammate Eddy Curry said he slept just two hours one night. He was the only player assigned to the supposedly spooky 10th floor, and he spent most of his time in Nate Robinson’s room, afraid to be alone. “I definitely believe there are ghosts in that hotel,” Curry told The Daily News, which illustrated its article with a photograph not of the Skirvin but of the Bates Motel. New York Times

November 22, 2013 Updates
October 23, 2013 Updates

The seven-bedroom Burr Ridge mansion that former Chicago Bulls center Eddy Curry lost to foreclosure in March 2012 has been listed for $3.999 million. A Bull from 2001 until 2005, Curry, 30, now plays basketball in China. He last played in the NBA in late 2012. In 2006, Curry paid $6.2 million for the newly built mansion. Chicago Tribune

October 1, 2013 Updates

As was the case with Eddy Curry two seasons ago, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra doesn’t have either guy penciled in for any particular role. “No expectations,” Spoelstra said of both guys. For Oden, the next several months are about getting healthy and in basketball shape. “He’s inspired by the opportunity to help us,” Spoelstra said. “But more than anything, we just want to see him get back out there, have a smile on his face, and be able to do what he loves. He’s had some setbacks, but that does not define his whole career. This, we feel, is a perfect fit for him. NBA.com

March 3, 2013 Updates

Alex Kennedy: Several NBA teams have inquired about FA Eddy Curry. In China, Curry averaged 23 points and 10.1 boards in 29.6 minutes for a playoff team. Twitter @AlexKennedyNBA

February 13, 2013 Updates

A Chicago attorney was found guilty Tuesday night of fatally shooting a former girlfriend of ex-Chicago Bulls player Eddy Curry and their infant daughter. Frederick Goings, 40, was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder by a Cook County jury that deliberated a little more than four hours. Chicago Tribune

The victims, Nova Henry, 24, and her 10-month-old daughter, Ava, were found shot to death inside their South Loop town house in January 2009. Henry's 3-year-old son Noah, who also was Curry’s child, was found in the town house unharmed. “We're very pleased with the verdict,” said Lisa Newman, Nova Henry's godmother. “We never doubted for a minute that it would be anything other than guilty.” Chicago Tribune

December 6, 2012 Updates

In a move that was officially announced yesterday, Curry has signed on with the Zhejiang Chouzhou Golden Bulls. Curry has already landed in Yiwu, Zhejiang province and met up with his new team today. Though Chinese media have reported that there is a possibility, It is unclear whether he will suit up for tomorrow night’s home game against Fujian SBS. Curry will replace Josh Boone, who spent the last two seasons with the team. In four games, Boone averaged 14.8 points and 13.5 rebounds. NiuBBall.com

December 4, 2012 Updates

Eddy Curry has signed with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls of the Chinese Basketball Association, according to sources close to the situation. Curry’s flight to China left this evening and he will play with Zhejiang for the remainder of the CBA season. When he returns from China, he’ll be a playoff-eligible and will try to sign with an NBA team. HoopsWorld

December 3, 2012 Updates
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November 20, 2012 Updates

Free agent center Eddy Curry has received interest from several NBA teams, according to sources close to the situation. Five teams have been in contact with Curry and expressed some level of interest in his services. Curry last played with the Dallas Mavericks, averaging 4.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games earlier this season. He was released by the Mavericks two weeks ago so that the team could open a roster spot to sign Troy Murphy. HoopsWorld

November 3, 2012 Updates
November 2, 2012 Updates

With the Dallas Mavericks close to signing power forward Troy Murphy to a one-year deal, center Eddy Curry will be released, according to a source. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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