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Boston Herald Sports:
CLEVELAND - A svelte Eddy Curry, in his first action since Dec. 17, 2009, scored six points in six minutes with...
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Eddy Curry is back on an NBA floor.
The No. 4 overall pick in the 2001 draft made his Miami Heat debut Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers, 764 days after his most-recent NBA appearance. Curry checked in with 2:20 left in the first quarter.
Curry had not played since Dec. 17, 2009 for New York against Chicago. He started his career with the Bulls, then played in parts of five...
Q: It was great to see Eddy Curry on the court. He looks like he will be a big plus on offense. However, he could be a liability on defense. -- Stuart.
The six-minute Eddy Curry sighting we witnessed during Miami’s 98-87 win over the Lakers probably couldn’t have gone much better. Curry checked into the game to a nice ovation and immediately chased Pau Gasol all the way out to the three-point line. He bent his knees and extended his arms as if he was interested in trying to guard him. He lost track of Gasol after being...
Watching Eddy Curry last night was like seeing a ghost. I can’t remember the last time I saw him play, and had given up hope he’d actually make it back. He was like Detox: You heard the word “comeback” so often that no one bothered to care or believe it anymore. The hype was gone. [...]
The Miami Heat will be at home to face Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers tonight, but Dwyane Wade won’t be playing and LeBron James could also be scratched due to a case of the flu. James isn’t the only question mark for the Heat tonight, though. At around 8 o’clock PM, will we see Eddy Curry play his first NBA minutes since December 17th of 2009? According...
As a Knicks fan this footage makes me nauseous.
My worst nightmare is that Eddy Curry is an integral part of the Miami Heat and helps them win a championship.
Former Bulls center saw his first action in 3 years ThursdayCLEVELAND — A svelte Eddy Curry, in his first action since Dec. 17, 2009, scored six points in six minutes with three rebounds in the Heat's victory Thursday over the Lakers.
The Miami Heat won’t have Dwayne Wade tonight against the Lakers, and LeBron James will apparently be a game-time decision, but they may get some help Eddy Curry, who might play in his first game since 2009 tonight: From Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears: The New York Knicks’ loss to the Chicago Bulls on Dec. 17, 2009, wasn’t a…
Eddy Curry is back on an NBA floor. The No. 4 overall pick in the 2001 draft made his Miami Heat debut Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers, 764 days after his most-recent NBA appearance. Curry checked in with 2:20 left in the first quarter. Curry had not played since Dec. 17, 2009 for New York against Chicago.
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So much freedom. So much temptation. It was a long lockout. There were days Eddy Curry felt hungry and tired, and the NBA seemed so very far away. What’s one handful of candy? What’s one missed workout when no one is really working or watching? Curry thought about going to the club, thought about going to McDonald’s, thought about sleeping in late.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James have known Eddy Curry since they were in high school.