Dell Curry or Wardell Stephen Curry> is a retired American basketball player who played as a shooting guard and small forward positions. He educated from the Fort Defiance High School in Virginia and graduated from the Virginia Tech. It was from 1986 that he started to play basketball in a professional basis till 2002.

At present, Dell works as a commentator along with Steve Martin, on the Bobcats television broadcasts. He is also the all time leader of the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets team in points (9,839) and in three point field goals (929), a record which is still not broken by any athlete so far.

The six feet five inches tall athlete was selected at the 15th overall by the team of Utah Jazz in the NBA Draft of 1986. He was with the Utah team for one season after which he shifted to the Cleveland Cavaliers team in 1987 for another season. By 1988-89 season, he got selected by one of the two newest team of NBA, the Charlotte Hornets, for ten seasons after which he went back to the Cavaliers team.

Position Small Forward
Born 25 Jun 1964
Nationality United States United States
Nickname Dell
Team History
206 toronto raptors Toronto 1999 - 2002

Curry also played for one season for the Milwaukee Bucks team with his final three seasons being for the Toronto Raptors team. During his entire basketball career, he made 11.7 points per game and 40.2 percent from three point range.

The major teams that he played for includes Utah Jazz (1986-1987), Cleveland Cavaliers (1987-1988), Charlotte Hornets (1988-1998), Milwaukee Bucks (1998-1999) and Toronto Raptors (1999-2000).

Career Highlights

Curry was a regular vote receiver for the NBA Sixth Man of the year award and in 1993094, he received the trophy. He ranks as an all time favorite in 28th place in his career in 3 point field goals made.

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