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52 Eddy Curry C
Height/Weight: 7-0/295 | Birthdate: 12/5/1982 | Birthplace: Harvey, IL | Team: | College: No College | NBA Experience: 10 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 8.00

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Curry signs to play in China


(12/4/2012) Big man Eddy Curry has signed to play with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls in China. Curry was released by the Mavericks in early November.

Curry released by Mavericks


(11/2/2012) Dallas released center Eddy Curry Friday after the team signed power forward Troy Murphy, reports FOXSportsSouthwest.com.

Curry comes off bench for 17 minutes


(10/31/2012) Dallas center Eddy Curry came off the bench to begin the season in Los Angeles Tuesday night. Curry played 17 minutes and managed to chip in seven points and four rebounds in the Mavericks' victory. Curry shot 3 of 7 from the field and helped fill in for the injured Chris Kaman with a solid effort.

Curry expected to start vs. Lakers


(10/29/2012) Mavericks center Eddy Curry is expected to be the team's starting center in Tuesday's Season Opener against the Lakers, according to several reports. Curry was picked up by the Mavericks last Thursday after he was released by the Spurs.

Curry lands in Dallas


(10/25/2012) The Mavericks were awarded the waiver claim on center Eddy Curry on Thursday. Curry was waived by the Spurs earlier in the week after averaging 8.4 points with 3.6 rebounds in five preseason games. “We are excited to bring Eddy Curry to Dallas,” President of Basketball Operations Donnie Nelson said. “He has worked extremely hard this of-season and can provide our front line with much needed depth.”

Curry gets into the game


(3/6/2012) Heat center Eddy Curry saw some game action on Tuesday in a blowout win over the Nets. Curry played six minutes and went 1 of 2 from the field to score two points. He didn't record any other statistics.

Curry sees the floor again


(2/12/2012) Considering that he hadn’t played in almost two years prior to his season debut in January, the six-game wait between Heat C Eddy Curry’s most recent appearances doesn’t seem that bad. Curry played just three minutes in the Heat’s 107-87 win over the Hawks on Sunday. He registered no stats in the game.

Curry not getting much run


(1/31/2012) Heat C Eddy Curry continues to see limited minutes for the Miami. Curry, who made his season debut back on Jan. 19, logged just four minutes off the bench during Monday night's 109-95 win over the Hornets. He finished with four points and one rebound in the victory, on 2 of 3 shooting from the field.

Curry makes his debut


(1/19/2012) Prior to Thursday, Eddy Curry's last appearance in an NBA game was on Dec. 17, 2009. It took him 764 days, but he finally made his return against the Lakers, playing six minutes off the bench for the Heat in a 98-87 win. He looked solid in those six minutes, scoring six points on 2 of 3 shooting, making both of his free throws and grabbing three rebounds – two offensive – in his time on the floor. Curry said that he lost about 65 pounds to get ready for his comeback, more than half of that since the start of Heat training camp in December. "Felt great," said Curry, who did a 20-minute cardio workout after the game. "I didn't know what to expect. I've been working hard for this moment. This is only the beginning."

Curry active for first time


(1/19/2012) It has been almost exactly 25 months since Miami C Eddy Curry last took the floor in an NBA game, but he is very close to making his return, as he is active for the for the Heat's Thursday matchup against the Lakers.

Curry might play Thursday


(1/18/2012) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra indicated Wednesday that C Eddy Curry, who has been out all season with a hip flexor, might play Thursday against the Lakers. "Possibly," Spoelstra said. "It's going to feel great," Curry said after practice Wednesday. "It'd feel even better if I just did a Mike Miller and went 6-for-6."

Curry practices for Miami


(1/9/2012) Miami C Eddy Curry (hip) was able to practice on Monday, reports the South Florida SunSentinel. Curry, in fact, said he hadn't felt as good as he did on Monday since high school. That said, Curry won't play on Tuesday against Golden State. He still has no real timetable tor return to game action.

Curry getting healthier


(1/3/2012) The Miami Herald reports Tuesday that Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Heat C Eddy Curry, yet to play this season with a hip flexor injury, is getting healthier all the time. The coach reiterated that Curry is considered more of a big-picture project and not immediate help for the team.

Curry won't make debut for Heat soon


(12/23/2011) According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Miami center Eddy Curry said he is still about two weeks from returning to action. He's been dealing with a hip flexor injury and won't be making his debut right away.

Hip flexor hampers Curry


(12/18/2011) Miami Heat center Eddy Curry will likely not play in the team's preseason opener against in-state rival Orlando Sunday due to an ongoing hip flexor injury, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

Curry works on conditioning


(12/13/2011) New Miami C Eddy Curry sat out Tuesday's practice with a hip flexor, according to the Sun Sentinel. Curry, who has played in only 10 games since the 2008-09 season, reportedly dropped 70 pounds during the offseason before signing with the Heat.

Curry headed to Miami


(12/10/2011) The Heat signed C Eddy Curry to a contract on Saturday. Curry did not play a single game in the NBA last season. "This is a great place for me, both to rejuvenate myself and I feel like I can help this team," Curry said Saturday.

Heat don't want Curry


(4/11/2011) According to Yahoo! Sports, center Eddy Curry left South Florida without the Heat offering him a contract for the playoffs. Heat president Pat Riley and coach Erik Spoelstra weren’t sold that Curry, who didn’t play an NBA game this season, could make enough of a difference to justify cutting a young player off its roster.

Curry to the Heat?


(4/2/2011) According to multiple sources, the Heat are exploring the possibility of signing center Eddy Curry for the playoffs. Curry, who was bought out by the Timberwolves after being traded from the Knicks, worked out for the team. President Pat Riley confirmed the report and said that Curry was one of "a half dozen" players the Heat have recently looked at, as part of a "big-picture" evaluation.

Curry bought out of Minnesota


(3/2/2011) The Minnesota Timberwolves have reached a buyout agreement with center Eddy Curry.The Wolves announced the agreement in the fourth quarter of a 90-79 loss to the Lakers on Tuesday night. Curry came with forward Anthony Randolph to Minnesota from the Knicks in a trade for Corey Brewer last week. The Timberwolves also got $3 million in cash in the deal, which will cover the cost of Curry's buyout. Curry was waived before the midnight deadline, which means he is eligible to participate in the playoffs if he signs with another team.

Curry officially out of N.Y.


(2/22/2011) As part of the three-team, 13-player deal that was officially completed on Tuesday night, New York shipped centers Eddy Curry and Anthony Randolph to Minnesota for forward Corey Brewer. Denver acquired center Kosta Koufos from Minnesota, plus New York's first-round draft pick in 2014, second-round picks in 2012 and 2013 and cash.

Curry shipped off to Minnesota


(2/21/2011) The Knicks and Nuggets agreed Monday night on a trade sending Carmelo Anthony to New York, three league sources told CBSSports.com. "It's done," one of the sources said. The deal, which is expected to pass through the league approval process Tuesday, is Wilson Chandler, Danilo Gallinari, Raymond Felton, Timofey Mozgov and New York's 2014 first-round pick going to Denver for Anthony, Chauncey Billups, Shelden Williams, Renaldo Balkman and Anthony Carter, sources said. The Timberwolves agreed to take Eddy Curry's expiring contract along with Anthony Randolph from the Knicks and send Corey Brewer to New York -- not Denver, as was discussed in a previous version of the trade. The Wolves get $3 million from the Knicks, which will be used to buy Curry out of the few remaining pay checks on his $11.3 million contract. The Nuggets also get Golden State's second-round picks in 2012 and '13 from New York, according to one of the sources.

Curry practicing, not playing


(1/18/2011) Knicks C Eddy Curry has been practicing for New York, reports the New York Daily News on Tuesday. That said, Curry doesn't really have any shot at playing anytime soon. Coach Mike D'Antoni said Tuesday that Curry is not in shape and he's not close to playing because D'Antoni doesn't want to "risk" it.

Curry wants out of New York?


(1/12/2011) Knicks center Eddy Curry will speak to his agent Leon Rose when New York returns home because he is unhappy with his situation, reports the New York Post Tuesday. "I'm definitely going to talk to Leon when I get back from this trip," Curry said. "Maybe he has a better idea on what's going on, but I don't." New York clearly needs a center, but Curry has yet to even dress this season. "I try to support the team and push them," Curry said. "It's ultimately [Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni's] decision. I try not to think about it too much or I'll drive myself crazy. When I get back, I'll talk to my agent and go from there."

Curry not likely to play soon


(12/3/2010) Knicks C Eddy Curry, who has been out all year with a hamstring injury, has been practicing but isn't ready to go, according to the Bergen County Record. “I just don’t think he’s ready yet to go up and down continuously," coach Mike D'Antoni said. "He has to go up and down continuously." Even if Curry was flying up and down the court, D'Antoni wouldn't be so anxious to play him. “Right now, we’re playing pretty tight, and we want to only know things that are for sure," D'Antoni said. "We can’t experiment right now.”