Friday, 16 December 2011

Should Steph Curry go pro?

There is not much more that Stephen Curry can prove by staying in college. He already averaged 28.6 points a game for an entire season, almost single handedly lead Davidson to the Elite Eight and still managed to lead the Wildcats in assists and steals. Curry is clearly the best player in his conference and one of the best in the country, and with very limited offensive weapons around him defenses key on him every game. If Curry returns, he will once again have to deal with being a giant bulls eye and he will lose Andrew Lovedale (12.5 points, 8.7 rebounds) the teams second leading scorer and leading rebounder, not to mention the only back to the basket post presence the Wildcats had. It will be hard for Curry to score as many points as he did last year, and there does not seem to be much more that he can do in college. I think that he should opt to go pro, he will get drafted and in the NBA he won't face the kind of hawking defenses he has had to face in college, because he will not be a primary scorer. Curry is currently 50-50 and has time to think before the April 26th deadline, but it is time for him to move on.

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