Stephen Curry is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
By returning for his junior year, Curry ensured that Davidson would go to the NCAA Finals.
As a point guard, he indicated that he wished to improve in that position. In Davidson’s 82–78 loss to Oklahoma on November 18, 2008, Curry tallied a career-high 44 points.
For the seventh time in his career, he scored at least 25 points in a game. After scoring 30 points and dishing out a career-high 13 assists on November 21, Curry led Davidson to a 97–70 win over Winthrop.
Curry was held scoreless by Loyola on November 25, as the Ramblers consistently double-teamed him.
His first collegiate game without scoring and only his second without a double-digit point total. Davidson won the game 78–48 thanks to a 0-for-3 performance from the field by him.
Curry’s 44 points in Davidson’s 72–67 victory over North Carolina State, 11 days later, matched his career high.
Stephen Curry Siblings: Who Is Stephen Curry Brother Seth Curry?
Seth Curry is the biological brother of basketball player Stephen Curry. Born in 1990, Seth Curry’s birthday is 23 August.
When Dell was a member of the Charlotte Hornets, he frequently brought his sons Seth and Steph along to see him play, and the boys would participate in warm-up shootouts with the team. The year before transferring to Duke, Seth studied at Liberty University.
He entered the NBA as an undrafted free agent after failing to be selected in the collegiate draft.
Seth has since played for the Sacramento Kings, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trailblazers, Philadelphia 76ers, and the Brooklyn Nets, among others.
On the teams he has played for, he has excelled at shooting from long range and making smart defensive decisions.
In comparison, his brother Steph has a career three-point shooting percentage of just 43 percent.
On a daily basis, the Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry takes more difficult shots than most other players.
While Kevin Durrant, Kyrie Irving, and Ben Simmons are generating plenty of catch and shoot opportunities for Seth, he isn’t getting nearly as many opportunities as he should.