HoopsHype Seth Curry rumors
Rick Bonnell: Bobcats plan to work out Seth Curry in coming weeks. Leg injury kept him from playing for Bobcats' summer-league team. Twitter @rick_bonnell
For Seth Curry, son of a former Hornets sharpshooter, nothing would be better than to stay in Charlotte and play for the hometown Bobcats. "It's my home," Curry said. "This is where I grew up. I would love to come back here and play." Sporting News
"They have a lot of guys who can slash and create," Curry said of the Bobcats. "They have a few shooters, guys who can not down shots consistently, but I think they need more shooters. I can fill that role and be a guard who comes off the bench and scores." Sporting News
Duke guard Seth Curry, the son of former Bucks guard Dell Curry, is recovering from a stress fracture in right shin and won’t work out for any teams. Nevertheless, several teams have shown interest in him, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston and New York. Racine Journal-Times
No, the former Duke Star who flew in to the Bay Area on Friday morning was here to see the Golden State Warriors' last hope, his sharpshooting sibling who would have to carry this day against the Denver Nuggets and so many more to come with David Lee on the shelf. As for all this talk about a left ankle sprain that may have caused him to miss what turned out to be the defining game of his four-year NBA career? Seth, who played most of his senior season with a right leg injury that required a surgery two weeks ago in which a metal rod was inserted into his shin area, wasn't having it. "I told him to suck it up," Seth Curry told USA TODAY Sports after the Warriors downed the Nuggets 110-108 at Oracle Arena to take a 2-1 series lead. "He knows I played all year with an injury. It's a different situation, but I knew he'd do whatever it takes to play." USA Today Sports
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