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Liberty's Seth Curry to Duke

Posted by on Sun, Mar 29, 2009 at 8:05 PM

While Duke fans grimaced at another season with UNC in the Final Four and the Blue Devils sulking in Durham, they might have just gotten some very important news.

Seth Curry, the brother of Cinderella, err ... I mean Davidson, star Stephen Curry and son of NBA legend and Charlotte Hornet standout Dell Curry, decided to transfer to Duke.

Curry accepted a scholarship Sunday and will be eligible to play for the Blue Devils in the 2010-2011 season due to transfer rules.

Curry, a freshman guard for the Liberty Flames, averaged over 20 points this season, including a 35-point performance against VMI Jan. 17.  

If Duke can wrestle any of the magic that Curry's brother musters up night after night for Davidson, the Blue Devils might have just what they need to get back to the Final Four.  

ESPN reported the transfer moments after UNC beat Oklahoma 72-60, unfortunately they claim father Dell Curry played for the Charlotte Bobcats.  

After losing to Villanova, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski mentioned talent at point guard and center being an issue for the Blue Devils, who had seven McDonald's All-Americans on the team this season, including three players who play point guard.

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