|By Tom Layman, Boston Herald|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Curry, along with teammate
"I wasn't too worried about not coming back, but the thought of that possibility definitely happened," Curry said at the Coaches vs. Cancer breakfast yesterday at TD Garden. "It's something I can't even imagine not being able to (come back). Fortunately everything worked out."
Curry saw what his life without structured basketball and the chance at a
Watching, waiting and eventually being accepted again into school humbled Curry.
"I learned a lot, honestly," Curry said. "The biggest thing is you've got to enjoy every moment, because you never know when everything can be taken away from you. It can happen just like that. You can wake up and everything you had and everything you worked for could be gone.
"I really just appreciate every moment and I don't take anything for granted. I don't take any one workout, one practice, once class for granted."
Dealing with the negativity on the road and re-acclimating the two seniors will be the first task for
"I'm confident in their ability to navigate it and still maintain a presence about coming back the right way, fitting in, giving the team what it needs and not necessarily what they want," Amaker said. "I think they've shown that they are good with that."
Amaker will be the ultimate decision-maker when it comes to lineups, and Curry will have to find a new place. Curry admitted that point guard might not be open for debate after Chambers' All-Ivy first-team rookie season.
Just being back on the team and back with his Crimson teammates for one more season is enough right now for Curry.
"We are best with (Chambers) bringing the ball up," Curry said. "Obviously there will be points when I will handle the ball. But our pace with him is best when he has the ball in his hands. I think that together we are going to be a very good backcourt. We both play defense very well. We both can score and I just think we are going to be really good."
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