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Cavs won't re-sign Seth Curry

Cavs' guard Seth Curry in action against the Houston Rockets.
Cavs' guard Seth Curry in action against the Houston Rockets.AP Photo

According to a report from the Plain Dealer late Sunday, the Cleveland Cavaliers will not be re-signing point guard Seth Curry to a second 10-day contract. His initial contract signed on March 21 expires Monday.

Curry, 23, appeared in one game for the Cavs, scoring three points and grabbing two steals in nine minutes against the Houston Rockets. He saw no action in Cleveland's five most recent games.

He made his NBA debut during a brief stint with the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this season, but watched from the bench much of the time.

The younger brother of Warriors' All-Star Stephen Curry should return to Golden State's D-League affiliate in Santa Cruz where he's played much of the year.

Curry has started 35 of 36 games for Santa Cruz averaging 19.4 points, 5.9 assists and 1.4 steals in 35.3 minutes per contest. He was also selected to the D-League All-Star Game.


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