There will be two Warriors with the name Curry on the backs of their jerseys this fall in training camp.
The 23-year-old picked Oakland over playing in Spain after interest from San Antonio, Chicago and Charlotte fell through.
Making the team will be tough with solid backcourt depth already in place consisting of the Splash Brothers, defensive specialist Toney Douglas, first-rounder Nemanja Nedovic, and the versatile Kent Bazemore, yet a spot on the Santa Cruz D-League roster is a definite possibility.
Curry is nearing 100 percent following a shin injury that prevented him from being drafted in June and subsequently participating in summer league action, though he was on hand to watch the Warriors tournament run.
The 6-2, 180-pound sharpshooter was the ACC's leading scorer last season, including a 43.8 percent average from beyond the arc.
He continues to rehab in North Carolina and is on pace to be ready for training camp in Sept.