Steph Curry (center) had the choice of redshirting in his sophomore season because of a wrist injury that could have required surgery. Instead, Curry played through pain and had his left wrist taped up early in the season until it healed on its own. Here Curry (in white) battles Tyler Hansbrough (left) for a rebound in a November 2007 game against UNC in Charlotte.
Steph Curry (center) had the choice of redshirting in his sophomore season because of a wrist injury that could have required surgery. Instead, Curry played through pain and had his left wrist taped up early in the season until it healed on its own. Here Curry (in white) battles Tyler Hansbrough (left) for a rebound in a November 2007 game against UNC in Charlotte. JEFF SINER jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Steph Curry (center) had the choice of redshirting in his sophomore season because of a wrist injury that could have required surgery. Instead, Curry played through pain and had his left wrist taped up early in the season until it healed on its own. Here Curry (in white) battles Tyler Hansbrough (left) for a rebound in a November 2007 game against UNC in Charlotte. JEFF SINER jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
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