Seth Curry is playing to impress the Phoenix Suns and the rest of the NBA with his Summer League player.
The former Duke player considers the opportunity as an audition to NBA.
“Any time you step on the court, especially in summer league, you’re playing for all 30 teams in the league,” Curry told Craig Grialou with Arizona Sports. “Everybody can see what’re doing. Nobody has my rights or anything like that, so I’m just going out there and trying to compete and show what I can do.”
In two games so far in the Summer League, he made five of the Suns’ 11 three-pointers. He’s score 32 points while shooting 56 percent from the field and 100 percent from the free thrown line.
“He was very impressive,” head coach Mike Longabardi said. “That’s what he does. He’s a shooter. He makes shots.”
With the Suns loaded in the backcourt, Curry could land on another team’s roster after the Summer League.
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