Warriors sign Steph Curry’s younger brother Seth

The Golden State Warriors agreed to a non-guarantee contract Friday with former Duke University star Seth Curry, brother of current Golden State Warriors star  Steph Curry.

Seth will have to compete for a spot on the roster in training camp, according to The Associated Press, which begins in late September.

The Warriors currently have a pretty deep backcourt, with shooting experts Steph Curry and Klay Thompson starting, Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes able to play both the shooting guard and small forward positions, and Toney Douglas and Kent Blazemore coming off the bench.

The Warriors lost sixth man of the year candidate Jarrett Jack to free agency when he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers in July, but they drafted Nemanja Nedovic in this year’s draft, a 22-year-old combo guard out of Syria, to help replace him.

Seth Curry, as a 6’3″ shooting guard with limited athleticism and inability to create his own shot, will have a difficult time making the roster, but the Warriors have only 13 players on the roster at the moment, and have room to sign another two players.