On January 9th, Seth Curry returned to the Santa Cruz Warriors after a short stint with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Curry was called up by the Grizzlies on Christmas Eve, but he only made one appearance with them in a game against the Detroit Pistons. He was waived after the game.
Curry made his return to the Warriors in their second and final game of the annual D-League showcase in Reno, Nevada.
In this game, Curry burst back onto the D-League scene and finished with 27 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and three steals on 12-for-22 shooting.
Behind Curry’s strong performance, the Warriors beat the Rio Grande Valley Vipers 127-115.
Curry looked confident in his first game back with the Warriors, and he showed how much he has improved as a point guard. In fact, Curry told NBA.com that he has focused on improving his point guard skills since he first joined the Warriors.
“That’s what I’ve tried to show from the beginning of this D-League season, that I can play the point and run a team well and get people involved and score in different ways,” Curry said. “I think I’ve been able to do that so far, and I’m trying to keep that going.”
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