The run of Splash Bros. 2.0 is done. Rookie guard Seth Curry has been cut by the Golden State Warriors.
Curry, who signed as an undrafted free agent out of Duke University, played in six preseason games after taking most of the summer to recover from surgery on his right knee and shin. Curry was released the day after the preseason had reached its conclusion.
In the six preseason games that Curry played in, he averaged 2.2 points and 1.0 assists in about seven minutes of playing time. His best performance came on October 18th against the Los Angeles Lakers when he scored six points, logged three rebounds and dished out a pair of assists.
With older brother Stephen Curry, Toney Douglas and first round draft pick Nemanja Nedovic already on the roster at the point guard position, it was a long shot for the younger Curry to make the roster in the first place.
Unless he is signed by another team, it is likely that Seth will end up in the National Basketball Developmental League (NBDL) where he will play for the Warriors feeder team, the Santa Cruz Warriors.
The Golden State Warriors now sit at a roster of 14 men, leaving one available spot for a potential signee before the regular season starts on October 30th at home against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Warriors also released center Dewayne Dedmon and forward Joe Alexander, leaving an extra spot on the roster open.