Seth Curry is much more of a factor now than he was when he last played in his hometown of Charlotte.
Curry enters off his best scoring output of the season for No. 1 Duke heading into Wednesday night's matchup against Davidson at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Duke (12-0) is one of four remaining unbeaten teams in Division I. Curry, second on the team with 17.1 points per game, scored a season-high 31 in Saturday's 90-77 home win over Santa Clara.
The Charlotte native is looking forward to this contest. He was in his first season with Duke in 2010-11 when he last played in this building, totaling nine points and six assists in two victories in the NCAA tournament.
"It's going to be a lot of fun," Curry said. "I'm really excited about that game in Charlotte, and we're going to be ready for it. It's a lot of fun for me to have a lot of family and friends in the stands. Every game here at Duke is a big-time game, so it shouldn't be any differen...