Stephen’s younger bro is not down with the mid-major scene anymore; he’ll be in the ACC (Cameron, to be exact) for the 2010-11 season.
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Now, will he be another Duke guard we all come to hate?
Probably. Still, good for him. About time the high major teams started recognizing the value of the Curry’s. Feel bad for Liberty, though. They gave Seth a chance just like Davidson gave Stephen a chance, and now they’re left with nothing. But, as small as Davidson was, Liberty is even smaller. I understand where Seth is coming from. Do your thing, kid.
Bad move for him and Duke what does duke need with another unathletic shooter with little ball handling skills he should have stayed at liberty and shine because he doesnt have ACC game he will be a nobody thats why his brother was smart to go to a small school
clos probably has (some/a) good points, but semi-incoherent(ness) ruins whatever his point is haha.
Stop acting like any of you have ever seen him play. Unless your last name is Curry or your a degenerate gambler, we dont belive you.
question is, whether he’ll be as good as steph is now? steph is a lottery pick in a weak draft. ie;next years draft
Boing, I’ve actually seen…6-8 games in full and a few halfs inbetween. Not because of Curry though, I honestly watched Liberty this year because of a player I knew in my area, Anthony Smith for Liberty. Averaged 18 PPG as a junior AND a senior. Curry is a fine player, but he still has a way to go
He’ll be in for early exits from the NCAA tournament for the next couple of years.
Now I will have to hate him. Sad.
Welcome to the Duke family, Seth! We’re glad to have you.
So, justin, is he any good? Is he a 1? Can he make it to the L?
Poor guy, now he will fall victim to the duke guard curse. He ll end up having a good college career and fade into obscurity when/if he makes the L
Yes, I agree with TADOne… I’m already feeling the hate as well.
Up Duke! Down UNC!
Don’t support Duke particularly, by the way.
Hes bigger then Steph/ he is also listed at 6’3 but his is no exaggeration (from what i’ve heard and read). They aren’t much different though, but always remember most the time the younger brother turns out a little better (the barry family)
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my mouth is filled with vomit. I turned on the computer just to say that.
i honestly used to like him.
but now hes at duke.
he lost all my respect.
My school played Seth’s high school team last year in a Christmas tourney. We shut him down fairly easy. Granted, my school’s team went 35-0, won the GISA State Championship in Georgia, won the NACA Division 1 National Championship, has 2 kids from that team now playing division 1 ball in college (Dustin Ware- UGA, Matt Shaw-Lipscomb), and has 2 playing division 2 ball. Does Seth have talent? Yes. But i honestly dont think that he will make that much of an impact when he gets on the floor with UNC, UConn, and any other big name basketball school you want to throw out there.
Look all you haters, yes I said haters… Lil bro just wants to showcase his shooting ability a little more and give himself more visibility… cau u really blame him… Duke will need him after Scheyer(not a DUKE fan so spelling is not important) and Henderson leave…
Too bad them Dukies never really develop their players… Cameron Indoor My A#@…..
I think this is going to be a perfect example of comparing, small mid major schools to major conferences. His stats will be down no doubt about it, but he is going to become a much better player in my opinion….what you guys think? I am more excited about watching a dominant small school player (coming into his prime in a college sense) step into a real conference.
At least he’ll be better than broke-a$$ Greg Paulus…
he must be doin somethin rite to lead every freshman in the country in scoring. he cant be that bad. but i still lost the little respect i had for him now that hes at duke.
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