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Hornets want Seth Curry

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Rick Bonnell @rick_bonnell

Bobcats invited Seth Curry to summer league, but that isn't an option because he's still recovering from leg surgery.

 

Agent for @sdotcurry Jeff Austin, Seth was just cleared for physical activity and can't be ready to play in Vegas in July.  

 

Austin said he'd love for it to work out that Seth gets an invitation to Bobcats training camp. Now it's a wait-and-see situation.

 

 

 

 

This would be an awesome legacy deal for the Hornets.  Seth is not the talent Steph is, but he could develop into a good spot up shooter.  

 

Plus, we all know we need some shooting. 

 

People have always doubted the Curry's, and it has not worked out well for them. 

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He's not his brother, but he is more than just a spot up shooter.

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Please just sign him.

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Curry is worth the risk. I doubt he'll have the NBA success Steph has enjoyed, but I think he could still be a very good NBA player. We'd be foolish to not give him a shot IMO.

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Bring him in.  

 

Seth obviously has his shooting, but he's crafty with his scoring and fakes as well.  Could be a nice guy off the bench who could get hot and provide a nice scoring bump some nights. 

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He blocked me on twitter. What a bitch.

Seth Curry?

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This might just be me, but Seth seems to have a lot of traits that Ben Gordon has. Seth probably can't put the ball on the floor quite as well as Gordon but if Gordon wants to, he could definitely mold Seth into a very solid rotational player.

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