Update: Warriors sign Stephen Curry's brother, Seth
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UPDATE (5:30 p.m. Friday) -- The Warriors announced on Friday they have signed Seth Curry to a contract. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not released. The 23-year old went undrafted in the 2013 NBA Draft will wear No. 3.

In 2012-13, Seth and his older brother Stephen Curry became the highest scoring brother tandem in NCAA history, finishing their college careers with a combined 4,736 points (Seth - 2,101 points at Liberty and Duke; Stephen - 2,635 in four years at Davidson).


Having one Curry on their team apparently isn't enough as Golden State will reportedly sign Seth Curry to a non-guaranteed contract according to the Contra Costa times.

Curry is, of course, the younger brother of Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry.

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The non-guaranteed contract is effectively just a training camp invite after which the Warriors will determine whether or not Curry is worthy of a spot on the roster.

The 6-foot-2 guard averaged 17.5 points per game with a .465 field goal percentage in 2013 with Duke University.

Curry did not participate in draft workouts or the Summer League due to a shin injury. He was offered a contract from an Italian team which he turned down.