The Erie BayHawks are losing their leading scorer to an NBA club, and it's not the Orlando Magic, their big-league affiliate.
In 36 appearances for the BayHawks, Curry averaged 23.5 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 3.9 assists in 37 minutes per game. He shot 48 percent from the floor, 48.2 percent on three-pointers, and 91.9 percent from the foul line. Among all D-Leaguers, only Jabari Brown of the Los Angeles D-Fenders owns a higher scoring average.
Prior to the season, the BayHawks acquired from the Santa Cruz Warriors Curry's D-League rights. Curry played for the Magic's entry in the 2014 Orlando Pro Summer League, but Orlando has no claim on his NBA rights.
In their first season with the Magic running their basketball operations, the BayHawks stand at 17-22, eighth in the nine-team Eastern Conference.