Dell Curry

Wardell Stephen "Dell" Curry ( born June 25, 1964 in Harrisonburg, Virginia ) is a retired American professional basketball player who played 1986-2002 in the NBA.


Curry began his career with the Utah Jazz. After spending another year with the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was engaged in the expansion draft by the newly formed Charlotte Hornets. In his time with the Hornets Curry was considered one of the best bench player and dangerous Distantschützen the league. In 1994, he won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award. After ten years he left the Hornets and was transferred for a season to the Milwaukee Bucks. The last three years of his career playing Curry at the Toronto Raptors before he finished his career.

In his NBA career, Curry scored 11.7 points per game and hit 40.2% while its three throws. He is still the most successful points scorer of Hornets history.

Coaching career

After his playing career, Curry was an assistant coach with the Charlotte Bobcats.


Dell Curry is married and father of three children. His oldest son Stephen Curry has been undertaken, in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors. His youngest son, Seth played for the basketball team at Duke University, but was not considered in the NBA Draft 2013. He also has a daughter.