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Golden State Warriors: 3 Reasons To Keep Seth Curry
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff..
- The Golden State Warriors signed their franchise player, point guard, Stephen Curry’s little brother Seth to a non guaranteed contract with the team. The following are 3 reasons why he should make the team next season.
1. He Actually Fits on The Roster
- The Warriors are most known for their three point shooting. Stephen Curry is probably the league’s top shooter and fellow backcourt starter, Klay Thompson is also an elite shooter. Obviously they want their guards to shoot the ball and although Seth will never be a star, as of now, he can shoot among the best in the league. They are also short on guards, with the departure of Jarrett Jack and the only backups being the mediocre, Toney Douglas, the defensive, Kent Bazemore and the last pick in the first round of this summer’s draft, Nemanja Nedovic. Basically, they have mediocre and unproven talent behind their starters and Seth Cu...
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He erased it.
With training camp set to start Saturday, Jackson says he viewed the number as a target on his team and a limitation on its potential. Instead...
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Well, it appears from the below Vine video that he got a chance to ride on a indoor flying trapeze and I think the video is pretty self-explanatory after that:
The NBA free agency period is dying down, so it time to look back at each team who they signed. Also many trades went down, which I will also recap below.
Free Agent Signings
- Agreed to a three year deal worth $11 Million with Mareese Speights.
-Signed Tony Douglas to a one year deal worth $1.6 Million.
-Agreed to a one year deal with Jermaine O’Neal.
Thanks to the realm of Vine, we can now show you how a couple members of the Golden State Warriors decided to spend their day on the golf course.
Stephen Curry’s Vine account posted a video of the swings of David Lee, Harrison Barnes, and Draymond Green and clearly, Draymond and Harrison need to work on their swings:
Golden State Warriors image courtesy of Getty Images
Most of the time, NBA players like their nicknames but sadly for Golden State Warriors forward Andre Igoudala wasn’t exactly a fan of his.
During a Wednesday press conference at the Warriors facility, Igoudala told the media that he didn’t exactly like be called “Iggy”:
“Yeah, I never liked that,” he said. “Since I was a kid I’ve been called that. My teammates can...